As Daily Bulk Pick-Up Ends In Detroit, Residents Express ConcernsIn just three days Detroit residents will have to wait for their assigned bulk day to bring large amounts of debris to the curb.
Organ Experts Try To Get The Music Going Again After Metro Detroit FloodDavid Hufford learned that an extreme storm had flooded a suburban Detroit church with more than 7 feet of water, striking the boiler, electrical system, an elevator, and his mission was to get the music flowing again from the church’s 63-year-old pipe organ.
Whitmer Declares State Of Emergency For White Lake, Armada Townships, The Village Of ArmadaGov. Gretchen Whitmer declared a state of emergency for White Lake, Armada Townships, and the Village of Armada due to damage caused by severe thunderstorms.
Federal Agency OKs $29M For Flood-Hit Detroit ResidentsThe Federal Emergency Management Agency has so far approved about $29 million in grants for Detroit residents whose homes and property suffered damage from heavy flooding during a late June storm.
Whitmer: $10 Million In Emergency Relief To Help Residents Impacted By June FloodingOn Thursday, July 29, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a plan to use $10 million in state general funds to help support households impacted by the extreme flooding on June 25 and 26.
A Second Flood Leaves Detroit Residents Cleaning Out Basements, AgainThe city of Detroit is offering to clean-up basements for qualified residents hit hard by the floods but neighbors on Lakewood Street say there’s been no help in sight.
Committee To Look Into Response To Detroit-Area FloodingA regional water authority board has formed a committee to look at the agency’s response to last month’s heavy rainfall that led to basement and street flooding in the Detroit area.
FEMA Officials To Visit Michigan To Assess Flood DamageFEMA officials are heading to Wayne County to assess the flood damage that occurred in June.