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Carol Stream Park District could end up paying DuPage County more than expected for its portion of a flood relief project earmarked for Armstrong Park -- which has been delayed due to a lengthy state permit review process.

Daniel White | Staff Photographer

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Carol Stream Park District could end up paying DuPage County more than expected for its portion of a flood relief project earmarked for Armstrong Park -- which has been delayed due to a lengthy state permit review process.

Daniel White | Staff Photographer

Carol Stream Park District could end up paying DuPage County more than expected for its portion of a flood relief project earmarked for Armstrong Park -- which has been delayed due to a lengthy state permit review process.

Daniel White | Staff Photographer

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Carol Stream Park District may have to pay DuPage County more than expected for stormwater storage space at soon-to-be constructed flood reservoirs in Armstrong Park. But this week, DuPage County Stormwater Management Department Director Tony Charlton said it was unfair to say project costs have risen, since the first price estimate -- which he labeled as $330,000 -- was likely a placeholder that park district staff devised during the budgeting process.
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    • Carol Stream Park District could end up paying DuPage County more than expected for its portion of a flood relief project earmarked for Armstrong Park — which has been delayed due to a lengthy state permit review process.
    • Carol Stream Park District could end up paying DuPage County more than expected for its portion of a flood relief project earmarked for Armstrong Park  which has been delayed due to a lengthy state permit review process.
    • Carol Stream Park District could end up paying DuPage County more than expected for its portion of a flood relief project earmarked for Armstrong Park  which has been delayed due to a lengthy state permit review process.
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