Flash floods and severe storm warnings were issued as more than 15 inches of rain fell in parts of central Georgia. Nearly 1,000 people suffered power outages in Macon County, according to the Georgia Department of Public Safety.
Macon and Central Georgia were not prepared for the scale of the floods in 1994 and are now in the midst of the worst flooding since the Great Flood of 1994. If you have suffered water damage or a recent fire, our staff will be at your side. We are also there for you if you have problems with the power, water or sewer lines of your house or if you have a power outage. We can reach you as soon as possible, especially for those who have experienced flooding in their basements or other areas of the house. Our staff is on hand within minutes to help you if you suffer water damage or need assistance, as we have done for many of our neighbors in Macon County and other parts of Georgia.
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We do not know exactly what the improvements to section 205 at the Macon Dam Breach will do, but they should not hamper project 1135. The Corps and FEMA have downgraded the requirement to certify 100-year-old protection by eliminating the 3-foot freeboard rule and requiring the levees to survive flooding. This change allows the Corps to focus on Section 205 of the program, which certifies that the Macon levees provide 100 years of protection with minimal physical improvements. The Corps has also focused on certifying the Akon - a 100-year-old protection for all areas along the coast, not just the Bibb area.
If the project is cooperative, Macon could have the remaining levees and an expanded parking system for the rest of the year and into the future.
The Section 1135 programme will allow for a more comprehensive investigation and coordination of mining operations in order to minimise flood damage and maximise the restoration of wetlands and floodplains. On the other hand, businesses will feel better on the levees, but will be only marginally better protected against flooding, as many of their farms will continue to be flooded. The dike's subdivision allows existing businesses to concentrate at the upper end of the dike. If the Section 11 35 project is undertaken to divide the Macon Leavee and restore much of its original flood plains, flood levels and the likelihood of flood damage will decrease.
By extending the scope of the study, the costs of closing interstate traffic due to flooding of the motorway could be included in the cost-benefit analysis. I think we must remember that the city of MACON alone is costing $140,000 for the section 1135 project and not just the construction costs. Macon will have to bear the full cost of this project, plus any additional costs to the state of Georgia, as well as the federal government and local governments.
Many things need to be directly included in the cost of professional repairs to a water damage caused by Macon to the homeowner. If you need on-budget plumbing repairs, hire Mr. Rooter plumbers from Central Georgia. This company can vary greatly in its offers, but if necessary, we hire them for all our work.
Our crews are licensed, bound and insured to handle any water damage to your home, such as a flooded basement. Our professional 911 restoration in Central Georgia is ready to take care of the removal of mold, water damage, restoration, etc.
We can help you with various sanitary problems, as you probably saw, but take comfort in the fact that Mr. Rooter plumber from Central Georgia is available if you need help with water damage to your home and surrounding area. Our mold remediation experts in Macon have the expertise to treat all forms of mold, including toxic black mould.