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Joe Reynolds, a long time Allandale resident has worked on local flooding issues over the years.  In 1981 he was on the Allandale Neighborhood Association Board and witnessed the destructive Shoal Creek flood.  He has professional experience in modeling large systems.  For his views on CodeNEXT’s impact on impervious cover see the following information.


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