When it rains, it pours: Bonita golf resort’s water supply comes to an end after flood
A resort at Bonita Golf Course in Aberdeen, Maryland, has been flooded twice since the start of the summer.
According to a report from the Bonita Daily News, the resort was operating with two separate supply lines when it was hit by a 2.8-foot flood in mid-August.
The water source was one of the two water sources, which are in the area where the resort is located.
The resort, which opened in 2009, was supposed to have one supply line running through the parking lot.
The water line had to be temporarily removed because it was damaged in the flooding, according to the Bonitas Daily News.
In August, another 2.9-foot storm hit the resort, causing damage to the golf course and flooding surrounding the golf clubhouse.
The resort is currently under a $1.5 million repair project.