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Rainwater pools along Foothill Expressway at Loyola Corners in this December 2014 photo. Los Altos City Council members will hear from residents Tuesday on an initiative designed to address maintenance and repairs to the city’s 55 miles of storm drains to prevent such flooding.
Update: The original version of this story gave an erroneous location for next Tuesday's scheduled Los Altos City Council public hearing to discuss the Clean Water and Sustainable Storm Drainage Initiative. The meeting is set to take place 7 p.m. at Los Altos Youth Center, not City Hall. The youth center also is located on the civic center campus, 1 N. San Antonio Road.
Los Altos City Council members will hear directly from residents Tuesday on the city’s proposed Clean Water and Sustainable Storm Drainage Initiative, a plan that could cost property owners $1.1 million annually over 30 years.
A public hearing on the initiative, which addresses maintenance and repairs to the city’s 55 miles of storm drains, is scheduled for the next council meeting.