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Residents welcome progress on Carver Dr. Ditch project

May 14, 2014

Brenda McCoy has lived on Carver Drive since 1990, and she’s been waiting for the flooding there to stop.

Her house is on the north side of Carver Drive, and behind her house and others lies a storm water drainage culvert. About once or twice a year, she said, rain fell hard enough that this culvert would overflow and flood her backyard, sometimes bringing snakes into it. In April, the city of Starkville and contractors began to change that.

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