GALLERY: Flooding of Miller Increases

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GALLERY: Flooding of Miller Increases

Wesley Emblidge & Chris Yip

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Miller Avenue continues to flood this week, as a result of the rising tides. Most flooding in Mill Valley is typically from heavy rainfall, but in this case the full moon has caused the water level in the nearby marsh to significantly increase. Roads are being shut down due to the excessive flooding; cars are directed to go through Almonte instead.

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