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Catholic Charities gathering info for flooding project

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 11/21/2013

Catholic Charities needs your help!

Catholic Charities is asking residents in the 5th and 6th Street neighborhoods to complete a brief survey about reoccurring flooding. The survey asks questions about your experience with flooding in your neighborhood.

Copies of the survey are available at the First Call 2-1-1 office, 36 W. Third St., or at North End Community Improvement Collaborative (NECIC), 199 N. Main St., Mansfield.

For help completing the survey, please contact First Call 2-1-1. Or, you may contact NECIC at 419-525-3101 for assistance.

Completed surveys can be mailed to Catholic Charities, 2 Smith Ave., Mansfield 44905, or returned to First Call 2-1-1 or the NECIC office.

An update on the flood prevention efforts will be provided at a Community Forum at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 21 , First Christian Church, 200 W. Third St., Mansfield.

   
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