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In this file photo, residents in the culdesac of Twin Creeks Drive in Copley were cutoff from other residents due to the heavy rains. Copley, Barberton and Norton are expected to be part of a $7,500 study to look at local watershed flooding issues. (Paul Tople/Akron Beacon Journal)