AVALON PARK, Fla. (FOX 35 ORLANDO) – Cars trudged through tire-high water, sidewalks swamped and a neighborhood in Orange County was drenched after a daily downpour. It was no hurricane, but neighbors are fed up. People who live in Avalon Park can’t wait until the end of rainy season, but can anything be done before then? County officials say the systems are surcharged and water levels are high. With all this rain, they say they’re doing everything they can. With cars more like boats and sidewalks more like shores, folks in Avalon Park don’t know how much more water they can take. “We had a monsoon of some sort,” said Rayna Alexander, who lives in Avalon Park. Alexander shot cellphone video of Lake Live Oak Drive on Monday in the worst of the storm. “It was like waves lapping up on the shore over here,” she said. Avalon Park received more than two inches of rain in five hours. “I was honestly hoping that it didn’t get any higher because there was people that […]