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State Rep. Sam Smith discusses effects of flooding in Reynoldsville

August 2, 2013

State Rep. and Speaker of the House Sam Smith

REYNOLDSVILLE — A full month has passed since the last of late June's floodwaters subsided, but many parts of Jefferson County and the surrounding area are still struggling with the aftereffects: particularly Reynoldsville, which was one of the boroughs hit especially hard during the incident.

On Friday, State Rep. and Speaker of the House Sam Smith met with public officials and community members from the Borough of Reynoldsville to answer questions and address concerns.

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

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