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Director of Emergency Services: Recovery from recent flood could take a year or longer in cases

July 8, 2013

Tracy Zents, director of Jefferson County Emergency Services

BROOKVILLE — Representatives of the Jefferson County Emergency Management Office and the 9-1-1 center delivered an update at a meeting of the Jefferson County commissioners on the recent flooding that swept through the area nearly two weeks ago.

"Recovery from this flood alone could take a year or longer in some cases," said Tracy Zents, director of Emergency Services.

Read the full story in Tuesday's edition of The Spirit.

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