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Disaster declaration for Williamson County after flooding
Residents encouraged to report damages

On Nov. 6, Williamson County Judge Dan A. Gattis signed a disaster declaration for Williamson County after the area experienced heavy flooding in late October.

On Oct. 30 and 31, as much as 8 inches of rain fell in parts in of Williamson County. The Williamson County Office of Emergency Management notified 88 homes to evacuate. The disaster declaration (PDF) requests assistance with the costs incurred during the response and recovery operations.

The Williamson County Office of Emergency Management has performed preliminary damage assessments to known areas of flooding, but requests individuals to report their damages to ensure that all available assistance is provided.

Residents can report damages using the form on the Williamson County website.

Posted: Wednesday, November 06, 2013

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