The flood occured but the biggest travesty is what has continued what we have allowed to happen. The associate director of the JPA brought in (and hired) a few people she knew well. The debate about what to do about the creek has nobody to lead it and no sound thinking about any solutions. It's a lot like the present operator in the White House.
It's all voices inside an echo chamber at the JPA. A lot of failure and waste and all this at the taxpayers expense.
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