In parts of the county, it doesn’t even take a named storm to leave neighborhoods in high water
ORANGE COUNTY, Texas — It’s been nearly a month since Hurricane Laura hit, and people in Orange County are still picking up.
They’re also preparing for Tropical Storm Beta. Residents are no strangers to flooding.
In one Orange County community, they’ve been asking for something to be done about the drainage system. Tom Clary owns a home in the area and says Adams Bayou is part of the problem.
It doesn’t even take a named storm to leave neighborhoods in high water in parts of Orange County.
“This is pretty much a common occurrence now,” Clary said.
Just down the road from his house is Adam’s Bayou.
“I’m old, I can’t be putting sandbags around here,” Clary said.
Clary and other residents know there’s not much that can be done about Mother