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Repeatedly releasing a flood

August 24, 2014

Government officials need the occasional memory refresher
to keep them on their toes over the years in office.

Warren has been FLOODED numerous times the past 50 years.
The internet helps to provide the documentation.
– Quite recently it occurred in 2008, 2011 and now 2014.

An absolutely MASSIVE amount of water is capable of
flowing via the Red Run Drain into the Clinton River.

It becomes a river 130 feet wide and 30 feet deep

Residents of Warren do remember, record, document, and distribute.
People living along the Red Run and Clinton at lower elevations
also clearly remember, record, and document their pain/suffering/loss.

History 2008 –
https://picasaweb.google.com/108590711667865641354/RedRunDrainRyanRoad

History 2011 –
On May 25, 2011 the George W. Kuhn Retention Treatment Basin
discharged approximately 1.6 BILLION gallons of combined sewage
into the Red Run Drain. according to the
Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner.

Red Run 130 ft Wide 30 ft deep

Red Run 130 ft Wide 30 ft deep

Elevation Ryan Road Bridge Red Run Warren

Elevation Ryan Road Bridge Red Run Warren

Side View Red Run Ryan Road Bridge

Side View Red Run Ryan Road Bridge

Flood Plain Elevation Red Run Bridge

Flood Plain Elevation Red Run Bridge

History 2011 – Red Run at Ryan Road Bridge

August 2014 – When Red Run at 620 ft or above
so are ALL the drains in the area.
Water will always find its own level regardless of topography

Ryan Road underwater Red Run Bridge Warren

Ryan Road underwater Red Run Bridge Warren


Red Run over banks Ryan Road Bridge Warren

Red Run over banks Ryan Road Bridge Warren


Red Run Drain overtaking 5 Lane Ryan Road Bridge Warren

Red Run Drain overtaking 5 Lane Ryan Road Bridge Warren


Water seeks its own level

Water seeks its own level


Green Water Level Various Pipes

Green Water Level Various Pipes


Architectural Water Level

Architectural Water Level

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