Plenty of Flossmoor homeowners and business owners found themselves cleaning up after a record-setting rain brought water and even sewage into their homes on Sept. 27. But a flood of complaints at Monday’s village board meeting might bring relief sooner than later if residents agree to foot the multimillion-dollar cost of repairs. The storm that dumped about seven inches of rain in a 24-hour period wreaked havoc across town. Water trapped cars in the Flossmoor Road viaduct, broke through the windows of Coldwell Banker’s downtown office and caused countless basement backups, particularly . . .
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