Water Woes: North Olmsted Residents Want Answers After Flooding

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Angry homeowners in North Olmsted are demanding answers from the city after floodwaters led to raw sewage backup on their properties.

North Olmsted Mayor Kevin Kennedy's office said it's fielded more than 600 complaints since storms started on Monday.

As for fixing the problem? Mayor Kennedy said, "The main way we can do that is with retention. We've done about 2-million gallons of retention already and we anticipated doing more over the next few years."

Hundreds of residents are gathered at North Olmsted High School tonight to voice their concerns.

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