jbsnyder at fanplastic.org
Mon Sep 15 19:13:05 CEST 2008
This isn't particularly detailed as far as whether particular
neighborhoods and whatnot are flooded, but it does show recent river
level data for flooding:
I'd assume that the river flooding and not the storm/sewer backup is
probably the most problematic. That said, flooding is another valid
reason to like non ground floor or garden units :-)
OTOH, I don't recall anything this extensive in the 7 years I've been here.
I'm new to the list. I've been playing with Python on and off for a bit,
but have now started using it in as many projects as I can. I thought
it might be nice to connect with some other local pythonistas (I suppose
that's the correct term).
sheila miguez wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 10:08 AM, Tom Tobin <korpios at korpios.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 9:47 AM, sheila miguez <shekay at pobox.com> wrote:
>>> On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 10:36 AM, Jordan Sherer <jordan at widefido.com> wrote:
>>>> How is everybody holding up with all of this rain?
>>> My parents held up fine. No trees fell on their house, no flooding.
>>> The levy in Port Arthur held.
>>> Carl didn't fare so well though. water in basement, water in
>>> neighbor's basement, run on pumps at Home Depot.
>> Geez, where *are* you guys? I'll be apartment hunting again this
>> coming spring (likely the north side), and I'd like to avoid anywhere
>> so easily flooded ... ^_^ Over here in southern Oak Park we've barely
>> noticed a thing.
> Carl's in Niles.
> My place was okay and I'm near the Ravenswood stop. Over on Foster
> near the parks there (after Pulaski?) there was some extreme flooding.
> When you do your search check out where the branches of the Chicago
> river are and take that into consideration. Part of it flows through
> Albany Park, under lawrence, etc.
> Maybe we could get flood map info on every block.
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