Calif. city seeks grant to improve flood-warning system

04/2/2013 | Palo Alto Daily News (Calif.)

The Palo Alto, Calif., City Council has given City Manager James Keene permission to apply for a state grant to enhance San Francisquito Creek's flood-warning system. The system would include three rain gauges, new equipment, a unified monitoring system and a communication system to make rainfall and stream-flow data available to emergency responders and the public.

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