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Re: Re:Crazy weather /flooding

In a message dated 3/11/06 12:11:03 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

> Or is this
> done underground somehow?

Kitty, I am sure this is the case.   We have several of our downspouts 
connected to flexible plastic pipe (approx 3" dia) which goes underground to take it 
away from the house & beds to a more desirable spot but not to the street 
which would not be legal in our area.
     Blowing grass into the street which goes to the intakes in the street is 
also illegal.   Many times lawning mowing companies are the worst offenders.  
 I can't believe the person behind the mower does not understand they are in 
control where the clipped grass goes.

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