FEMA to assess Vermont flooding damage
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be in Vermont this week to assess damage from recent flooding in various parts of the state.
The FEMA team will be making stops in Chittenden, Washington and Windsor counties on Tuesday - and may add Lamoille and other counties to the list, depending on what the weather does between now and then.
State officials say they're planning to ask FEMA to review damage from three major recent rainstorms: those occurring May 22, on June 24 and 25 and this week.
State and local road crews have been scrambling to repair numerous road wash-outs during the storms of recent weeks.
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