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12:45 p.m.-Monday-City will seek state, federal assistance

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Local residents with damage need to report it

By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor

The city of Vandalia will seek financial assistance from the state and federal governments as a result of Sunday's storm.

City officials met with Fayette County Emergency Management Agency Coordinator Steve Koehler mid-morning on Monday to begin the process of applying for assistance.

The process involves gathering information from both the city and property owners who sustained damage. Those with damage are asked to stop by city hall or call 283-1196.


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