MADISON, Wis. - Government officials aiding in the cleanup after after June's flooding will get more information about the process this week.
Federal Emergency Management Agency aid was approved for eight Wisconsin counties and some tribal land last week. Grant, Iowa and Richland county residents are eligible for help in south central Wisconsin.
Specialists from State Emergency Management and FEMA will explain the process.
Iowa County officials will attend a meeting with FEMA officials Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the Health and Human Services Center off West Chapel Street in Dodgeville.
Grant County officials will get information about help Tuesday afternoon at the Tuffley Community Center on Oak Street in Boscobel.
Richland County has FEMA meetings set for Friday at 9:30 a.m. in the County Board Room at the Government Center on Seminary Street in Richland Center.
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