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« on: September 18, 2009, 08:05:18 PM »


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County gets money 

                             //                        By Matthew Kent Waynesville Daily Guide Thu Sep 17, 2009, 06:33 PM CDT   

      WAYNESVILLE — Months after spring storms hit the area and damaged county infrastructure, the county has received funds to help repair the damage.
The Pulaski County Commission got a $42,587.77 check from the Federal Emergency Management Agency on Monday for May storm damages.
County Clerk Diana Linnenbringer said Wednesday the county  has spent $23,609.92 through Aug. 31 due to the May 8 storm. The check will be used toward those expenses, she said.
“The Western District was one of the first (areas) FEMA completed,” Linnenbringer said.
Additionally, Linnenbringer said work has been completed from storms that occurred in 2008 and a representative from the State Emergency Management Agency would meet with Eastern District Commissioner Bill Farnham and Western District Commissioner Rick Zweerink tomorrow morning. That meeting will involve SEMA officials reviewing paperwork and inspecting roads, according to Linnenbringer.
If everything clears, then the county should receive 10 percent funding for repairs, which Linnenbringer estimated to be $40,000 to $50,000. FEMA pays 75 percent, while 10 percent is covered through SEMA for storm-related damages.
In other business from Monday’s meeting, Presiding Commissioner Bill Ransdall also received notification Monday that all paperwork has been received from the Missouri Department of Transportation for the Richland maintenance facility, which now allows the county to move forward with the building.
County employees in the Western District have worked in an old-sheet metal building with numerous structural problems, but will soon make the Richland maintenance facility their new home.
An official with MoDOT last week received the first of three checks from Ransdall for $20,000 for the building. Two more annual payments are due — one in the amount of $20,000 and the final payment of $19,130 — for the maintenance facility, which will cost the county $65,700. A 10 percent down payment has already been paid.
“We’re very pleased,” Ransdall said.
Zweerink also commented on the benefit the facility will bring.
“This is quite an improvement for us,” Zweerink said. “This is for the future.”
Zweerink also asked for people’s patience.
“Please bear with us,” he said. “We got a lot of moving to do.”
The next County Commission meeting will be 9 a.m. this morning in the Pulaski County Courthouse.