WalMart flooding ‘ridiculous’


I hope that by publicizing this article that something can be done on this subject. The subject in question is the Walmart parking lot and the flooding that takes place every time there is a down pouring of rain such as we have had these past two weeks of December. It is now five years since Walmart was constructed and from day one the parking lot has been getting flooded to absolutely ridiculous depths, the times my Wifey has been drenched goes far beyond a joke and every time she complains to me, I have emailed head office and in reply get a “we are looking into it”. Well its as clear as the water to me. Walmart you need to fix it and you will make a lot of customers very very happy (and dry).

Roger Barker


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