“Dyer encourages people to come out to the Planning Commission public hearings to have their voice be heard.“We made a commitment, we intend to honor that commitment,” Dyer said.”

Coverage at WAVY.com.

In September, City Council unanimously approved a resolution saying they would make the change within three weeks if voters approved of the city raising real estate taxes to borrow $567.5 million to fund 21 flood protection projects. The referendum passed by nearly 73%.


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