Video: Louisville Board Of Alderman Meet To Discuss Future Clean-up

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LOUISVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) – The Louisville Board of Aldermen voted unanimously on the duration of FEMA trailers in the community. While FEMA is in charge of who receives trailers, and where they will be set up, the board is responsible for the duration of the stay as tornado victims rebuild after the storm.
They also discussed the process of cleaning up debris, but Louisville mayor Will Hill says he is unsure how long it will be before they are able to start the clean-up.

“Upon knowing our financial status we’ll move forward with debris removed and just agree all I can ask for from our community is patience because we have to make the best decisions so we don’t break our community.”

The Board of Aldermen will meet every week to help with the rebuilding process.

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