Heavy Rain Preparations

To view in web browser, click http://rleeflowers.com/heavy-rain-preparations/ The City and County have been putting out notices and sand since last week in preparation for the expected rain over the next few days. Ward 6 residents that live in recently flooded areas are paying attenti
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Addressing Issues Identified from Flash Flooding

To view in web browser, click http://rleeflowers.com/addressing-issues-identified-from-flash-flooding/. Cleaning Ditches Gulfport Public Works has started addressing areas of concern that have been identified by the department and through citizens’ calls from the April 28 flash
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Flood Recovery Meeting Follow-up

To view in your web browser, click http://rleeflowers.com/flood-recovery-meeting-follow-up/. I want to thank everyone that attended the community meeting on Thursday evening, June 9, that dealt with the recovery effort from the April 28 torrential rains and flash flooding. As I stated
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FEMA Denied. What Can We Do?

FEMA Denies Individual Assistance for Flood Victims You may have seen the news recently about FEMA denying individual assistance for the April 28 rain event that caused flooding in numerous neighborhoods of Gulfport, especially in the Orange Grove area. Sun Herald: http://www.sunheral
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Flood Recovery Continues

Governor Declares State of Emergency Yesterday evening Governor Phil Bryant declared a State of Emergency for Harrison County including Gulfport. This is good news for our area. It opens doors to state funds to assist with drainage infrastructure improvements in the affected areas and
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