Some Elmsford residents brace for flooding as remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy hit area

A flood watch is in effect for parts of Westchester County due to the remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy. Many Elmsford residents, who are drying out from last week?s storm, say they are concerned the heavy rains will cause additional damage to their homes. Other residents, however, say they are not concerned about the possible flooding and have not taken any additional precautions.One resident says he would like to see some kind of retaining wall built near the Saw Mill River Parkway to keep the neighborhood dry. Town Supervisor Paul Feiner says he will be speaking with the Army Corp of engineers about that.

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