Manitou leaders say visitors and residents will be protected in a flood 

Fear not, tourists

As of May, Saturday and Sunday driving along Manitou Avenue has become a miserable experience. The cars are bumper-to-bumper. Honks ring out. Pedestrians swarm sidewalks. The scene is — to local merchants, at least — highly encouraging, especially given that the town…

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