An old, mostly unused, parking lot across from the city shuffle board court in Ballard Park is being eyed to be replaced with a retention pond. The move is designed to catch stormwater runoff and help alleviate ongoing flooding concerns in Ware’s Creek and the Village of the Arts.
An old, mostly unused, parking lot across from the city shuffle board court in Ballard Park is being eyed to be replaced with a retention pond. The move is designed to catch stormwater runoff and help alleviate ongoing flooding concerns in Ware’s Creek and the Village of the Arts. Mark Young myoung@bradenton.com
An old, mostly unused, parking lot across from the city shuffle board court in Ballard Park is being eyed to be replaced with a retention pond. The move is designed to catch stormwater runoff and help alleviate ongoing flooding concerns in Ware’s Creek and the Village of the Arts. Mark Young myoung@bradenton.com

Parking lot may be replaced with pond to help with flood control

June 02, 2017 12:01 PM

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