by: Manuel Bojorquez Updated:
With more possible storms in the forecast, some Grant Park residents are afraid their homes could flood again.
"We've got unsanitary conditions in the basement here,
"We've got two children under
Lynch said he's contacted Atlanta Watershed Management about the problem each time his basement floods and that it's happened three times in the past four years.
But Janet Ward, spokeswoman for Atlanta Watershed Management, told Channel 2 Action News
Rob Hunter stepped down as commissioner of Atlanta Watershed Management in September 2010, but Lynch said the agency should still have records of his complaints.
City crews were out assessing the situation Tuesday morning, but could not find immediate signs of a flooded sewer line, Ward said.
She said the area is low-lying, and prone to flooding during downpours, but that crews would continue to assess the combined sewer and drain system in the area.
Lynch said the problem affects more than a dozen homes.
Krystal Perkins moved into the neighborhood in