Board requests emergency declaration after floods


In his first official act as the new Carroll County Emergency Management Director, Ken Strachan updated supervisors on the aftermath of five days of heavy rains that caused water to flood roads, roads to wash out, widespread flooding and mudslides.

Strachan said from Tuesday to Saturday, the county saw almost 10 inches of rain.

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