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99 reopens in Oakville

Posted: Tuesday, July 1st, 2008 at 11:19 am

This information from Kathy Vance:

WAPELLO, Iowa- The Louisa County Emergency Management Director announced Highway 99 has been reopened in to the flooded city of Oakville. Residents are being allowed to return to their homes to begin the clean-up. Louisa County Sheriff Curt Braby is warning residents many parts of the city are still under water and to enter at their own risk.

Contractors and other professionals, volunteers and the media have also been cleared to enter the City of Oakville but must receive credentials.

Contractors and other professionals must report to the Louisa County Tax Assessors office located in the County Courthouse at 117 South Main Street in Wapello, Monday-Friday 8am-4:40pm. Contractors and professionals will have to show ID and business license.

Volunteers must report to the Solid Rock Baptist Church located in Wapello at 14041 Locust St.