Flooded Grovetown road open again

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Reynolds Farm Road in Grovetown was reopened Sunday after crews repaired the damage from flooding caused by Saturday’s rain.

During Saturday morning’s storm, the road flooded and had to be closed, said Pam Tucker, Director of Columbia County Emergency & Operations Division.

It took roads and bridges more than 24 hours to fix the damage, Tucker said.

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kc fan 08/13/12 - 10:33 am
Storm water tax

Hope this was fixed with our storm water tax money. I've only seen one project that stated it was funded with storm tax funding money. That was when they fixed the area by Augusta Sports Wear and when I drove by the other day, there was a big puddle of sitting water. Why?

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