Reader-submitted: Lake Towers

“This is Lake Towers. The Township has addressed the water problem on Bellinger Street but now Towers Street is flooding. Ducks have been spotted in the lake. Can you draw attention to this issue?”

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  1. There was a ton of new construction on Towers with a quite a few very large homes built there within the last 5 years or so.

    Was the flooding there beforehand? If not, then the Towers residents should take it up with their builders.

  2. Yup keep building with no infrastructure upgrades, powers out every other day and flooding now. Lakewood will become a 3rd world town soon. When is enough enough?

  3. same issue on Marlin when it rains we have this problem for at least 8 years already township does not care. Also house on the corner of Albert and Salem pumping water from their basement every day since the winter water goes past Marlin to Coral Street severe ice on corner of Marlin all winter from this no one does anything about this either but this person is still allowed to pump water into the street every day causing flooding every day.

  4. approve more developments now, we can always deal with the issues later, when the issues pop up that everyone warned us about, we will try to figure it out. yep yep this is the responsible way.Who knows maybe our governor will send us some money to widen rt 88.But we need to do ours, keep on supporting the developers

  5. That’s why we moved to Jackson 2 years ago. When they approved building on the entire stretch of Lakeview Dr (which was protected Wetlands) with no concern about all that water will just flood us living on South lake Dr., we knew it was time to get out. And we are hoping that the Developers will not follow us here and that the building codes will be kept. And to all the Anti-Lakewooders in Jackson, just realize that we moved here because we want quality of life, trees,space and wildlife etc and we want to be good neighbors.

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