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Back-to-back hurricanes Ian and Nicole wreaked havoc on Seminole County last year, leaving significant damage to the Sanford Riverwalk and nearby parks.

Flood waters from Ian delayed efforts to remove fallen trees and other repairs, while Hurricane Nicole caused Lake Monroe to look like an angry ocean pounding away at the south shore.

Even though the lake is now back to normal levels, the damage caused by the hurricanes is still very visible.

There is a lot of work left to be done, including shoring up and replacing collapsed parts of the Riverwalk and repairing roads, curbs, and landscaping.

It is estimated that the damage to just the Riverwalk will cost three quarters of a million dollars to repair.

The repairs may take until mid-summer due to the extent of the damage caused by the hurricanes.

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