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FEMA’s Role in Repairing SC Roads Due to Historic Flood

February 5, 2016 - Posted in Local by K. Blackwell

The historic flooding that S.C. experienced last year has brought the issue of the crumbling infrastructure to the forefront of the Legislative Session. While a roads and bridges bill is underway in the Senate, many people are wondering what role FEMA will play in aiding the road repair. Palmetto Scene spoke with Senator Tom Davis about this issue. 

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