At Monday’s meeting of the Lake of the Ozarks Council of Local Governments it was announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency had accepted the hazard mitigation plans the council had been working on for the Laclede County area. Planner Andy Draper says they’re very excited to see that get into motion:
Draper says this was the second revision to the plan:
Draper says they’re going to start working on the hazard mitigation plans for Camden County closer to August. At the meeting a staff member from Senator Mike Kehoe’s office attended the meeting to update the board on the plans for the August 5 ballot decision for Amendment 7, the question to raise a sales tax for transportation projects.