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(KSL NEWS) Salt Lake City - With the threat of additional rain this week and hotter temperatures on the way, Lehi City Officials are making flood preparations now. Ron Anderson, City Street Superintendent for the City of Lehi, says they have been busy clearing the two main drainages in the the city and have created several sandbag distribution locations in case flooding occurs.
City officials are also concerned about several residential subdivisions that have been built on or near high water tables.