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Grass Valley Escapes Storm Damage

It’s the calm *after* the storm. Public and emergency officials likely breathing a sigh of relief today after no major damage was reported from yesterday’s storm. Grass Valley Public Works Director Tim Kiser says his crew was busy…

Listen to Tim Kiser 1

Kiser says he has about ten workers, and they were all over the city trying to stay ahead of any potential issues…

Listen to Tim Kiser 2

Kiser also says there were no major issues with the wastewater treatment plant or any flooding of Wolf Creek. There is a chance of showers in the forecast for this afternoon, but the worst of the heavy rain is behind us.

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