3 People living in Jacksonville's historic districts want THIS to stop every time we are hit with heavy rain. Tonight - they're expressing concerns about fixing the flooding problem. As you saw, the flood waters caused people's cars to become stuck...Flooded out yards and streets that looked like rivers. It's something residents say can be stopped - and SHOULD be stopped! Channel 4's Hailey Winslow is joining us LIVE from San Marco to talk to us about the constant problems... 3 3 34-4042-47DAWN SHINN, FRUSTRATED WITH FLOODING CHRIS TAYLOR, FRUSTRATED WITH FLOODING This is what Dawn Shinn has to deal with....every time it rains... and this is what she's left with...diapers and other trash that wash into her yard... Shinn's lived in this home along Cedar St near Hendricks Ave.for 20 years...And now needs "no wake zone" signs in her yard....she's stopped growing a garden, because it just gets washed away...Her garage floods...and she says her toilets get backed up.And - her house is almost paid for. Chris Taylor lives a couple doors down and is just as frustrated ...The city says "Previous pump stations projects at Landon Park and Children's Way have greatly improved drainage and reduced flooding in the San Marco area. While there were some upgrades to drainage piping throughout the recently completed San Marco Blvd. Streetscape Project, overall drainage was not part of the project scope."Flooding especially poses a problem in low-areas of San Marco during high tide, like it did Wednesday...And the drains just can't keep up...Shinn says she'd like the city to clean them out more often and put curbs on her street...and that's when cars and even SUV's get stuck. 3 Hailey, you e right across the street by the Streetscape construction project.Do you know if that has affected flooding?