Isaac’s Rains Mostly a Temporary Pain for Tamarac Residents

Tamarac residents braved the effects of Tropical Storm Isaac this weekend.   Isaac’s bands skimmed past the west coast and made waves in South Florida with heavy winds and endless amounts of rain.

Tamarac Public Works crews worked tirelessly over the weekend draining the 10-20 inches of rain that quickly filled lakes and settled onto streets.   By Tuesday evening, most areas were back to normal and streets were cleaned of debris.

The best part for kids was that schools were closed on Monday. Unfortunately, the same wasn’t true for parents, in what must have felt like the world’s longest weekend.

Isaac has now been upgraded to a Hurricane and is heading towards the Gulf Coast.

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  • woody72

    I have a riddle for you all. What do you get when the majority of the elected officials in Tamarac take money from Bruce Chait.

    Answer: A flood in Mainlands 7 when it rains. It looks like the bribery scandal will never go away. Mainlands 6 and 7 had always drained into the turnpike canal. But now with the new deployment being built around #7, the drainage has been changed. The new roads are now higher then in the Mainlands and its trapping the water inside.