After a treacherous hurricane season, some southern cities are shoring up their disaster preparedness plans to prevent future sewage and water crises. San Antonio is among them. The path of Hurricane Harvey nearly crossed the city this year. “In the ensuing months, city planners in San Antonio have had to reckon with that near-miss — and the questions it raised: Is the Alamo City ready for the kind of disastrous flooding that struck Houston? Could it happen here? What is being done? What more can we do?” KSAT reported.
Source: Sara Jerome