Clinton City Council members heard Tuesday night about a lot of things that are happening on the city’s water front, but the one thing citizens would like to have heard most wasn’t mentioned.
County officials are toting up the damage to roads and bridges this week in an effort to get federal help to repair them.
“I’ve got seven or eight tinhorns washed out and roads closed,” District 1 Commissioner Wade Anders said Monday. “I also have two bridges out with roads closed at this time. I didn’t even want to walk on ’em.”