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updated: 4/22/2013 6:21 PM

Storm cleanup to cost millions in DuPage

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  • Ashley and Victor Atalla push the second of their two cars out of floodwaters Monday at Four Lakes subdivision in Lisle. The Atallas were forced to park in a low-lying area after the raised parking lot at the Towers at Four Lakes affiliated with their apartment building was full.

      Ashley and Victor Atalla push the second of their two cars out of floodwaters Monday at Four Lakes subdivision in Lisle. The Atallas were forced to park in a low-lying area after the raised parking lot at the Towers at Four Lakes affiliated with their apartment building was full.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Victor and Ashley Atalla push the second of their two cars out of floodwaters at Four Lakes in Lisle.

      Victor and Ashley Atalla push the second of their two cars out of floodwaters at Four Lakes in Lisle.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Ashley and Victor Atalla push the second of their two cars out of floodwaters at Four Lakes in Lisle.

      Ashley and Victor Atalla push the second of their two cars out of floodwaters at Four Lakes in Lisle.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

 
 

DuPage County officials won't know until Wednesday how much it's going to cost to repair damage caused by last week's floods. But they're confident the tally will surpass the $3.16 million threshold DuPage needs to reach to qualify for federal assistance.

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