‘The Sooner, The Better,’ Says Highway Commissioner Awaiting FEMA Funds

Crews from the Federal Emergency Management Agency are in western Wisconsin to assess recent flood damage this week. But some local officials say they’re still waiting for FEMA funding to cover last September’s flood damage. “It took us about two days and we got everything back into shape. But we haven’t received any money yet,” said Edward Schultz, chairman of the Town of Fremont. Like many communities in the region, Fremont had thousands of dollars in damage after last year’s flooding.


Source: WPR

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