Tweets O’ The Day 1 Reply Vice Mayor Beasley-Pittman says stormwater improvements have been slow in coming, and people in northwest Fort Lauderdale and Edgewater say they can't afford to come back from this flood, but have nowhere to go.— Brittany Wallman (@BrittanyWallman) April 18, 2023 ALMOST THERE: The Miami-to-Orlando Brightline route is one step closer to opening to the public, as the high-speed rail company gets ready to reveal its finished Orlando station on Thursday. 🚝 https://t.co/zBLNZVq226— WPLG Local 10 News (@WPLGLocal10) April 18, 2023 Whether you're dealing with Ron DeSantis for two years as Governor, or four years as Governor, Disney should be working around the clock to make amends. You don't want to pick a fight with this guy. pic.twitter.com/2SAxnHzZkR— Jimmy Patronis (@JimmyPatronis) April 18, 2023 “One side of the city was embracing a celebration, while the other side was trying to figure out how to get out of their homes because they had water up to their waists.” – Fort Lauderdale Vice Mayor Pamela Beasley-Pittman https://t.co/ujoTFWMXfh— Susannah Bryan (@Susannah_Bryan) April 19, 2023 AdvertisementRate this:Share this:PrintTweetEmailShare on TumblrWhatsAppMoreTelegramPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related
what a pathetic response by the , i live in River Oaks./ Edgewood, beet there for 65 years. We had a ‘ stormwater system ‘ IN place, made by Mother Nature, a system of creeks, ponds. They were all drained, given to developers, who then , drained them, and built on them, Concrete does not absorb water…..