For years, Kerwyn Phillips has had to help his grandfather maintain his house on Wilkes Road. Though the house lies in a FEMA low flooding hazard area, Philips says that one the water comes it stays for long periods of time. Philips said he has contacted the city and county multiple times, but each time they fail to solve the problem.
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