Photos: Buffalo After Flooding Jun 10, 2019 Jun 10, 2019 0 Buffalo after a season of historical flooding and the after math for the residents and store owners. 061119-qct-qca-buffalo-1.jpg A wall of sandbags protecting a home along Front Street has the words, "The Water Eater" spray painted on it Monday in Buffalo. JESSICA GALLAGHER, 061119-qct-qca-buffalo-2.jpg Tony Mendez sweeps the side walk outside of his rental home and restaurant, Clark's Landing located on Front Street, Monday in Buffalo. Mendez will be reopening his restaurant after a flood wall break caused him to close his business for 28 days. JESSICA GALLAGHER, 061119-qct-qca-buffalo-3.jpg Sandbags lie in the streets of Front St. Monday, June 10, 2019, in Buffalo. JESSICA GALLAGHER / 061119-qct-qca-buffalo-4.jpg A hose spews water onto Front St. from a pump from a home, Monday, June 10, 2019, in Buffalo. JESSICA GALLAGHER / 061119-qct-qca-buffalo-5.jpg Tony Mendez sweeps the side walk outside of his rental home and restaurant, Clark's Lansing located on Front St. Monday, June 10, 2019, in Buffalo. Mendez will be reopening his restaurant after being shut down from a flood wall break which shut down his business for 28 days. JESSICA GALLAGHER / 061119-qct-qca-buffalo-6.jpg Sandbags and plastic used to protect against flood water protect a home on Front St. Monday, June 10, 2019, in Buffalo. JESSICA GALLAGHER / 061119-qct-qca-buffalo-7.jpg Sandbags and plastic used to protect against flood waters lie in the streets of Front St. Monday, June 10, 2019, in Buffalo. JESSICA GALLAGHER / 061119-qct-qca-buffalo-8.jpg Sandbags with sheets of plastic are one way to deal with flooding. Mayors along the Mississippi River say new and innovative approaches need to be developed to deal with flooding in the future. JESSICA GALLAGHER / 061119-qct-qca-buffalo-9.jpg A road closed sign blocks entrance onto Front St. Monday, June 10, 2019, in Buffalo. JESSICA GALLAGHER / 061119-qct-qca-buffalo-10.jpg A road flooded sign remains in the street near flood street, Monday, June 10, 2019, in Buffalo. JESSICA GALLAGHER / 061119-qct-qca-buffalo-11.jpg Sandbags and plastic are used to protect against floodwater reaching a home on Front Street in Buffalo on June 10. JESSICA GALLAGHER, 0 comments Related to this collection +5 Local News 'Worse than I've ever seen': Buffalo residents, businesses rebuilding after flood Jun 10, 2019 "It sucks." +9 Local News Rick's Six: Road work update, 2 big names in Q-C tonight, and 2 wounded in Davenport Jun 11, 2019 A good Tuesday to all. We're looking at mostly sunny skies with a slight chance of rain today. Here are the weather details from the National … Politics and elections Flooding along Missisippi River has caused at least $2 billion in damage Jun 25, 2019 As Davenport continues to recover from the most devastating flooding disaster in recent memory, the combined impact of flooding in cities alon… +2 Local News FEMA application deadlines approach for Scott, Louisa county residents Jun 28, 2019 According to a FEMA update, Monday is the deadline for nine counties designated for federal individual assistance because of March 12-June 15 … Local News River conference will look at flooding, recreation, dredging Sep 28, 2019 After record flooding on the Mississippi River this spring, it is fitting that workshops discussing future flooding — and long-term drought — … +8 Local News 8 months later, Buffalo flood repair still going on Jan 10, 2020 Ron Brougham, 59, didn't know where to start.