Capitola Releases Findings on What Caused Village Flood
The rupture of a nearly 50-year-old corrugated steel pipe carrying storm water under Capitola's Pacific Cove Mobile Home Park was most likely the cause of two days of flooding in the Village that has left some businesses closed, park owners worried about the future, and others facing major renovations.
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#1 Jun 3, 2011
humm - "The rupture of a nearly 50-year-old corrugated steel pipe carrying storm water ... was most likely the cause ..." Is this their official statement?
#2 Jun 3, 2011
Bottom line - Who is responsible? The own of the M/H park aka The City of Capitola or the contractor(s) that installed the storm-pipe 2 decades, or so, ago? Why should the city/county receive federal disaster relief funds sense this was not an "act of God"?
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