Escambia County will maintain a general public meeting subsequent week to update progress on the endeavours to address flooding in the Bristol Park space.
The county is applying for FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Grant Method to additional the county’s acquisition and floodplain restoration initiative in this region. The county is on the lookout to voluntarily get attributes in the Bristol Park and Ashbury Hills neighborhoods from keen home owners.
“Unfortunately, the Bristol Park place experienced significant flooding againduring Hurricane Sally,” District 5 Commissioner Steven Barry stated. “This assembly will present a location for homeowners to inquire inquiries and acquire supplemental information about an option that may perhaps be available to enable them with their person scenario.”
The function of the assembly is to additional gauge interest of home owner willingness to take part and to address often questioned thoughts and problems about the grant application.
The assembly will me held at 5 p.m. on Monday, January 11 at the Escambia County Extension Place of work at 3740 Stefani Street in Cantonment.
Right after the presentation, house owners will have the possibility to ask even more issues in modest groups or independently, and the county would like to make appointments for these time slots. People are asked to get in touch with possibly Kelli Reddick ([email protected]) or Rob McCracken ([email protected]) prior to the conference to agenda an appointment, inquire issues about the grant application and/or see a pre-software deal.
Pictured: Home things piled exterior a property in the Bristol Park area that flooded in the course of Hurricane Sally. NorthEscambia.com picture, click to enlarge.