Windsor: Town board to use FEMA grant to repair tornado damage at Windsor Lake

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The Town of Windsor is hoping to get a FEMA grant to repair some of the tornado damage to the shoreline of Windsor Lake, according to a report from Ashley Keesis-Wood writing for the Windsor Beacon. From the article:

The Windsor Town Board agreed to pursue a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency that will protect the shoreline along Windsor Lake. “This project allows us to take advantage of some funding made available to us in the wake of the (May 22) tornado,” Windsor Director of Parks and Recreation Melissa Chew said during Monday night’s regular town board session…f the town receives the grant, the funds would go toward a rip rap, or shoreline stabilization, along Windsor Lake to protect the recreational trail as well as two Greeley potable water lines in the area.

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