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Cleanup from February flooding continues

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By Jacob Blair

Cleanup from February’s flood is progressing in the city of Milton and across Trimble County.

As of press time, 46 properties reported some form of damage from the late February flooding, said Trimble County Emergency Management Director Andrew Stark.

Eight county roads sustained damage from the flooding, he said.

“Either the road was actually damaged or there was damage to the side of the road, like the creek bank,” Stark said.


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