SRA Approves Grants to Counties Impacted by Hurricane Laura
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SRA Approves Grants to Counties Impacted by Hurricane Laura

The Board of Directors of the Sabine River Authority of Texas (SRA) has approved special funding to provide disaster recovery assistance grants to counties, municipalities, and other entities located within the Sabine River Basin that were impacted by Hurricane Laura. Over the coming weeks, grant checks will be presented to the following local entities; Orange… Keep Reading

Zeta Expected to Bring Rain to SE Texas
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Zeta Expected to Bring Rain to SE Texas

According to KFDM Meteorologist Greg Bostwick, Zeta is nearing hurricane intensity and will move across the northeastern sections of the Yucatan Peninsula tonight. By tomorrow morning, Zeta should be in the southern Gulf with a gradual turn to the north Tuesday afternoon. Conditions in the southern Gulf are favorable enough for Zeta to be a… Keep Reading

First Case of COVID-19 Reported in Orange County
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Residents Urged to Move Laura Debris for Pickup

According to the Orange County Office of Emergency Management, Orange County Citizens have until next Wednesday, October 28, 2020, to get Hurricane Laura debris out to the right of way for pickup. After this date, the debris from Hurricane Laura will not be picked up. As a reminder, please do not mix Hurricane Delta debris… Keep Reading

Harvey Households with FEMA Group Flood Insurance Need to Switch Policies
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Harvey Households with FEMA Group Flood Insurance Need to Switch Policies

Approximately 6,690 Hurricane Harvey survivors have been notified that their Group Flood Insurance Policy (GFIP) will expire Oct. 24. These three-year policies end soon, so policyholders must plan now to switch to a standard flood insurance policy to ensure continuous flood insurance coverage. Following the devastating disasters and hurricane season of 2017, FEMA purchased GFIP… Keep Reading

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