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Lincoln County Tallies Flood Damage

Lincoln County Tallies Flood Damage

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Lincoln County officials have assessed flood damage from last month’s heavy rains.  Lincoln County Commissioner, David Gillespie says the area’s infrastructure needs lots of repair.

Gillespie says the damage could cost around two million dollars.

 

He says the county hopes to hear from FEMA soon on emergency funding.

 

 

Gillespie says the repairs will take a while to complete due to the extent of the damage to roadways.

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