"It's almost like a
"They will stay here until they feel they've been able to help as many people as they need to help," he said. After last October's flood "they stayed every bit of a month."
A second site will open in
Based on the assessment, the cost of the storm damage is estimated at about
The requests went to
"The thing that we've received so far is individual assistance and that's where a person can go to
Staley said, "They're only going to look at property and structures that have been damaged."
The county is hoping for
"When we do our budget, there's no way to budget for how much damage a hurricane is going to do in any given year," Young said.
"All the expenses that we are incurring for fixing roads that were already fixed, scraping roads that were already scraped, the public assistance declaration will allow us to go to
If approved, the county will look to complete the cleanup as quickly as possible.
"The approach for the debris would be the same as the approach during the ice storm, we do it in-house," Staley said. "We use county equipment to do it and then rent whatever equipment the county does not have to do anything special that we need to do."
The county will release more information once the
During the regular county council meeting:
--Council approved third reading of an ordinance allowing
The agreement is for the continued construction of Inbra Chemicals at the intersection of
Inbra Chemicals produces plastics such as those used for children's toys and has promised an investment of
--Council approved first reading of an ordinance authorizing a special source revenue credit agreement between
--The Community of Character Pack presented awards to
--Council read a formal resolution honoring
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