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Business owner faces second 1,000 year flood in two years
Sally Tennant’s business had just recovered from the 2016 flash flood in Ellicott City when she was hit hard by another storm. Her downtown store, Discoveries, is devastated and she’s calling on the county to take a closer look at the city’s vulnerability to flooding.
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