Heâ??s worried his work may be washed away with the possible redevelopment of Capital City Stadium.
"I'm particularly concerned as a citizen about the impact of this development pushing floodwater downstream to the Granby neighborhood."
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Mayor Steve Benjamin says Columbia is a naturally flood-prone city so there's no way to tell how any new property would hold up in a major rain storm.
"We participate in smart development that helps ease the possibility in the event of a two-year event, 50 year event, a one-hundred year event," said the Mayor.
Guild says Capital City Stadium actually helps control flooding because water pools up in the parking lot; a man made buffer that may not exist if the property is redeveloped.
"Making bad decisions about individual property, without understanding the long range plan for recovery is a serious mistake, because you commit yourself to doing things that create more problems later."