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County seeks NRCS assistance for flood damage
06/12/2019

Brown County Courthouse

(KNZA)--The Brown County Commission has signed a request for assistance through the Natural Resources Conservation Service’s Emergency Watershed Protection Program to restore damages caused by heavy rain on May 28.  

The Commission took the action Monday.

District Conservationist Matt Sprick discussed four locations that may be eligible for assistance to repair excessive streambank erosion associated with road/bridge infrastructure.  

If approved, the NRCS would pay for 75 percent of the construction cost.  The county would be responsible for the remaining 25 percent, which can be in the form of in-kind services.    

Sprick said engineers from the state NRCS office will assess the sites and prepare cost estimates.

 

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