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Woodstock Subdivision Floods Again

Clarksville, TN –  Heavy rains over the past few days has caused flooding in some areas. The Woodstock subdivision located just off exit 1 and on the Kentucky state line affected for the second time in just under one year. 

The Clarksville Street Department has closed off roads in the subdivision as high water has covered roads.

Woodstock Subdivision 4-28-2011
Woodstock Subdivision 4-28-2011

Many homeowners were in disbelief as they had to evacuate Wednesday night as water levels were rising. The area also flooded last year with all the rains that also caused the Great Flood of 2010 when the Cumberland and Red Rivers over flowed their banks. Although the area is not on either river, water has back up like a retaining pond which caused water to rise into several homes.

The adjoining subdivision, Arboure Greene North also has homes affected by the flooding as well. Many back yards have several feet of standing water. Street Department Workers were in the area hearly this morning working to help reduce the water levels in the area.

Roland Woodworth
Roland Woodworthhttp://www.ClarksvilleHomeInformation.com
My name is Roland Woodworth, a professional REALTOR® with the experience & knowledge to assist you with all your real estate needs. My main area of focus is Clarksville TN , Oak Grove KY and the surrounding areas. I have over 12 years experience in the Real Estate industry and I’m a full time Realtor licensed in both Tennessee and Kentucky. I’m also a NAR Certified Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource. I moved to Clarksville while stationed in the US Army at Ft Campbell, KY in 1992. I have been in sales in the area since 1996. I received my Real Estate license in 1999.   I have been involved in many community organizations including the Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce where I was a Chamber Ambassador for 5 years. I was the Fair Chairman for the 2002 North Tennessee State Fair in Clarksville, TN, and also president of Fair Inc which is the governing board consisting of members of the Clarksville Jaycees, City of Clarksville and Montgomery County. I’m  also a member of the Clarksville Jaycees Volunteer Col. Corp. a past member of the Clarksville Jaycees and the Downtown Kiwanis Club. I participated in the 2005 and 2009 Clarksville Extreme Makeover Home Edition builds here in Clarksville - Montgomery County.  

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