How Hurricane Ian flooding is impact a local school district’s bus routes

GENEVA, Fla. — Flooding left behind by Hurricane Ian has caused a busing issue for parents who live in Geneva.


The school district created a central bus stop for pickup and drop-off after Hurricane Ian.

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But now that the water has gone down, parents want their original bus stops back, saying the transportation department hasn’t responded for at least two weeks.

Channel 9 emailed the district this morning about the issue. Parents who voiced concerns began getting phone calls from Seminole County’s transportation department, and at least one bus stop will be restored Monday in Geneva.

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