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OMAK – The city is gearing up to help the neighboring towns of Nespelem and Riverside with storm-damage repair efforts.
During a Nov. 5 City Council meeting, Public Works Director Todd McDaniels told elected officials about his plans to help the towns with repairs authorized by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
McDaniels said that two employees would be moved from city sewer repair work to help Riverside and Nespelem.
Riverside sustained significant damage to its stormwater system in a July storm that swept through the region.
The Public Works Department will be allowed eight hours to complete the repairs there. Four hours are also allocated to help Nespelem.
In other new business, the council scheduled a public ad valorem tax hearing for Nov. 19.
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