PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - A Portland daycare is cleaning up after Wednesday's storm flooded the school.
Trinity Day School is just one of the businesses dealing with a leftover mess. According to Staff at the school, the city should be taking responsibility for all the flooding.
The school believes the sewage and drainage renovation project somehow failed.
City officials argue it will take a long time to fix the outdated system completely. The city has already spent millions on the project.
According to staff, they never experienced flooding until the City finished up their system renovation.
Doug Crosby with Trinity Episcopal Church said, "you could see going up Forest Ave all the manhole covers were coming up, and there was water everywhere. That's from the storm drain. To me, that shouldn't be happening."