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The flooding that has been a thorn in the collective side of towns up and down most rivers in the Midwest this spring appears to be subsiding, and Calhoun County is putting its recovery efforts into motion. The County is opening a Multi-Agency Resource Center later this week, and anyone who has been impacted by the flooding, and not just those in Calhoun County, are invited to stop by.
Chuck Lanczkowski is the head of Calhoun County Emergency Management, and he tells The Big Z they want to get help to those who deserve it.
Click here for Lanczkowski's comments
The MARC is located at the Presbyterian Church in Hardin at the corner of Main and Vine Streets. It will be open Friday, May 24 from 8am-5pm, and Saturday, May 25 from 9am-1pm. Lanczkowski asks that you bring some form of identification with you. On hand will be representatives from federal and state agencies, insurance companies, charitable and Christian organizations, and clean-up crews will be available.
You can hear the full interview with Lanczkowski here