Flooding Issues Still a Concern in Parts of Panama City

Enough is enough. That's what people who live around Henry Davis Park in Glenwood are saying about flooding problems.

It's been seven years since city leaders in Panama City said they'd do something about the flooding. Neighbors say it engulfs the park and gets into people's homes nearby every time it rains.

So far, the neighbors, including Bruce Taylor, say little has been done to fix the problem. “You know by this time that the city would come on and really help us out. We deserve this. We love Panama City and want what's best for the entire city. We don't want to be separated by this park."

The citizens group met Tuesday evening with Panama City Commissioner Jonathan Wilson who listened to their concerns and promised to meet further on the matter.