The other day I put up a post about Waukesha's probable plan to dump its wastewater into Wauwatosa's Underwood Creek in order to return diverted water to Lake Michigan, and I noted that huge rain events - - including the now-not-so-accurately named "hundred-year-floods" - - seem to be arriving a lot more frequently.
Here's a fresh example from across Lake Michigan.
Waukesha's mantra about all is a their version of "Don't Worry, Be Happy," assuring people - - and especially those with basements in Wauwatosa and further downstream - - that careful work is proceeding with the DNR, that all the details will be worked out before hand, etc. etc.
Makes you think about those best laid plans of mice and men, and how they sometimes work out, aina?