We continue our coverage on last year’s devastating flood in Perth-Andover. Grace Lennon is a flood victim who says life even today isn’t back to normal. News Source 8′s Katie Zarrilli has her story.
For one woman in Perth-Andover, Wednesday was moving day, but not so much for her as for her house. The home that flooded last March was moved to safer ground. News Source 8′s Katie Zarrilli reports.
Nearly 80 homes could be relocated out of Perth Andover’s flood zone. That’s the announcement today from the New Brunswick Environment and Local Government Minister Bruce Fitch. Its good news for SOME homeowners, but where does that leave businesses. Shawn Cunningham reports.
The provincial government in Perth-Andover announced Thursday the mitigation measures to begin rebuilding the communities affected by that flood last March. The announcement stirred up quite a reaction. News Source 8′s Katie Zarrilli was there and has this report.
A public meeting was held last Thursday to talk about the possibility of relocating the entire town. That, as the mayor calls for the resignation of elected officials, saying the town has been left to basically self-destruct after the floods this spring. News Source 8′s Katie Zarrilli has the latest.