But that’s not the case when it comes to flood channels and streams.
To aid in that clean up, the county is receiving a grant of up to $2 million from the federal Natural Resource & Conservation Service, the county commission said Tuesday.
“We have to match at 25 percent, which means we could have a total of $2.6 to $2.7 million” to spend toward that clean up, said County Commissioner John Petroff. He oversees flood control-related activities which are handled by the Public Works Department.
To read more, check out the March 29 edition of the Davis Clipper