Feds won't help fix levees if flood hits
Dozens of miles of levees slicing through urban Stockton and rural east San Joaquin County are no longer eligible for federal rehabilitation dollars should a flood occur, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will formally announce today.
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Since: Aug 11
#1 Aug 23, 2012
Good, Let it flood. Who the f cares about Stockton anyway.
#2 Oct 17, 2015
people should care, but there are fools who assume not giving a shit is better. Fools who don't have the ability to judge the true value of things .. Like riverbank residents rude comment.. Cowards would enjoy spreading hatred over the internet, its to easy. People shouldn't let scum leave unintelligent comments about real life issues... Unless we've forsaken ourselves as humans, or is it impossible for people to do critical thinking. F riverbank resident for gd measure�� ;
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