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City Wades into Basement Flooding Problem

There are two things that people who live in MOST parts of the city can be guaranteed of, after a major rainfall: A greener lawn. And a flooded basement. In fact, flooding is so common in most parts of the city that Toronto Water is right now in the midst of a major investigation aimed at uncovering the worst trouble spots - and, hopefully, fixing them. Of course, that's cold comfort, if the city's investigators haven't yet addressed your neighborhood's problem. And one of the people who can answer your questions is the HEAD of Toronto Water, Lou Di Gironimo. He joined Here and Now on Thursday. Listen audio (runs 6:23)

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