Nearly 100 people attended a town hall meeting Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017 at the Harrisonville Community Center where city leaders heard from citizens affected by the most recent flooding event in Cass County. The city said it submitted preliminary disaster assessments to the county in order to begin the process to try to receive federal assistance. About a dozen residents expressed disappointment with the city’s response to the disaster last week.
Nearly 100 people attended a town hall meeting Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017 at the Harrisonville Community Center where city leaders heard from citizens affected by the most recent flooding event in Cass County. The city said it submitted preliminary disaster assessments to the county in order to begin the process to try to receive federal assistance. About a dozen residents expressed disappointment with the city’s response to the disaster last week. Kaitlyn Schwers kschwers@kcstar.com
Nearly 100 people attended a town hall meeting Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017 at the Harrisonville Community Center where city leaders heard from citizens affected by the most recent flooding event in Cass County. The city said it submitted preliminary disaster assessments to the county in order to begin the process to try to receive federal assistance. About a dozen residents expressed disappointment with the city’s response to the disaster last week. Kaitlyn Schwers kschwers@kcstar.com

Citizens affected by flooding demand answers from city leaders; county declares another emergency

August 30, 2017 11:14 AM