Dirt road repairs delayed due to FEMA

Dirt road repairs delayed due to FEMA

There are 1 comment on the Washington County News story from Aug 30, 2013, titled Dirt road repairs delayed due to FEMA. In it, Washington County News reports that:

Public Works Department has continued to keep the roads passable for local traffic and emergency vehicles while waiting on the Federal Emergency Management Association to assess the damages and provide financial help with repairing the roads to pre-disaster condition, according to Holmes County Emergency Management.

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mary hopkins

Lakeland, FL

#1 Sep 1, 2013
I need fema to come to my house and see what the flooding did when ponds on gulf power property over over flowed in my yard i have contacted wtvy,wmbb and wjhg and rickey stokes and haven't heard from anyone. My grandchildren have to wad in water to get on the bus and have to walk two tenths of a mile to highway 179 because the bus won't come down the road. It wasn't like this until gulf power did their logging

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