TRINITY, Fla. - Pasco County residents are upset with draining problems and have been dealing with flood waters since Tropical Storm Debby brought the water in last month.
As the Pasco County Commission deals with the aftermath, they heard from a representative from FEMA about their response.
For residents of the Thousand Oaks subdivision, the words sound nice but don't solve their problem.
Residents say there have been drainage issues since the subdivision first started going up in the 90s.
But when Debby hit, those issues became serious problems.
Cortney King, who lives in the Thousand Oaks subdivision, says they have come to the commission meeting looking for answers to a lot of unanswered questions.
"We want the county to let us know why it happened. What's going to happen in the future with this? Why is it going to take so long?"
King would go on to say, "A lot of people spent a lot more money for the conservation lots and they don't understand why that had to spend that money because now they're flooded."
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The rest of the week looks like our normal summer pattern with heat, humidity and high chances for afternoon downpours.