As of 1 p.m., the Wauwatosa Public Works division received more than 220 calls regarding flood damage, said Michael J. Kreiter, operations superintendent for the city.
One house near N. 85th St. and W. Meinecke Ave. reported watermarks on the garage as high as 18 inches from ground level.
Kreiter said trucks will be collecting curbside flood debris and the waste yard will be open to residents who can show proof of residence.
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