Mitigation plan aims to stem Greenburgh flooding

Greenburgh officials say they are moving toward a long-term solution for parts of the town flooded by Hurricane Irene.

Federal approval of a mitigation plan means the town can start getting aid for areas with chronic flooding problems.

During a meeting at Greenburg's Town Hall, homeowners were told that the mitigation plan has finally been approved by FEMA and steps can now be taken to help prevent future floods.

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