TDB: Columbus working with FEMA for funding

From Tryon Daily Bulletin:

The work will require informal bidding because costs are estimated to be above $30,000. The town is working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and state division of emergency management to help fund the street and culvert improvements since they were associated with rains in July.


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