The stop sign at Parkside Drive and Cabot Drive showed the depth of the flooding in the Joyland Subdivision in July, 2011.
The stop sign at Parkside Drive and Cabot Drive showed the depth of the flooding in the Joyland Subdivision in July, 2011. Herald-Leader file photo
The stop sign at Parkside Drive and Cabot Drive showed the depth of the flooding in the Joyland Subdivision in July, 2011. Herald-Leader file photo

Flooding recedes in Perry, Leslie counties

June 18, 2013 08:37 AM

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