Flooding brings headaches to Chappaqua

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Many people across the Hudson Valley are trying to dry out after heavy rains hit the area.

Among the areas dealing with issues is North Greeley Avenue in Chappaqua, where several businesses say drainage has been a problem, and the town needs to do something about it.

Business owners have voiced their concerns about customers being able to get to their area, while water has also leaked into the buildings themselves.

They say the town is fixing infrastructure, but that they need to focus on this street so flooding doesn't continue to happen.

Many homes have also dealt with power outages, but most were expected to have power back by Saturday evening.

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