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GB Township Roads Hit Hard

The flood waters that washed over much of the low-lying areas of the county damaged every road in Great Bend Township to some extent, with the exception of Penny Hill Road, said roadmaster and supervisor George Haskins at the township meeting held on the evening of September 20. "Towner Road," he reported, "is the worst because it was washed out. Parks is real bad, with about 6 feet of that road lost. Baptist Hill got a lot of damage."

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Federal Aid For Local Flooding

The President declared a major disaster exists in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and ordered federal aid to supplement Commonwealth and local recovery efforts in the areas struck by Tropical Depression Ivan.

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