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If you have property damage from the June flooding or the June 19th tornado and you live in Springfield or Greene County, emergency management officials want to hear from you by Wednesday. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
The Springfield-Greene County Emergency Management Office is collecting data for state and federal officials so they can assess damage caused by flooding and a tornado in June. Jenny Fillmer Edwards is Greene County Public Information Officer. She says residents need to fill out a simple form.
Filling out a report does not guarantee assistance. You can fill out the form online at www.greenecountyoem.org We also have a link on our website KSMU.org County officials ask that you use the online form if possible...There is a phone number you can call if you don't have internet access. The number is 829-6200.