Rising waters concern Mamaroneck resident after wave of rain

Rising waters in Mamaroneck were a concern Thursday after a wave of rain in the area.



"I'm soaked from head to toe, I've got puddles in my shoes, walking from my job in the city to the train. It's been a brutal day," said resident Taryn Davis.



The Hillside Avenue Bridge is now scheduled to be replaced after flood damage over the years.



The state Department of Transportation awarded a $2.8 million grant earlier this year to widen the area and reduce floodwaters.



 


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