Ronald Sutton has lived in his home on Carolina Sands Drive for ten years. He says every time it rains, the home floods and ruins his carpet.
"I mean I spent tons and tons of money fixing my stuff down below and now I've got to turn around and fix it again. I just put carpet back down there three months ago. What good is a house if it floods every time it rains good?"
Town officials say they're spending $2-million to fix drainage in the Carolina Sands area and repair pot holes. Those repairs will begin in a few weeks.