From KCRA 3 – A controversial construction project at McKinley Park in East Sacramento is expected to be finished in early October. The City built a 6-million gallon water vault underground at the park to hold stormwater during heavy rain. The $32 million project is supposed to prevent stormwater from going into East Sacramento’s combined sewer system and cause flooding. “This stormwater cache will be able to receive all of those sudden stormwater flows, hold them and then release them slowly over a period of two or three days,” City Councilmember Jeff Harris said. For more information and to view video: