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Nashville’s largest-ever home buyout program starts this week with 300 offers going to owners in areas hardest hit by last month’s flooding. Stormwater officials want to avoid hop-scotching around the city.Read more ›
An order to conserve drinking water in Davidson County was lifted Monday. Metro Water Services has repaired the flooded K.R. Harrington treatment plant, which is now operating at half capacity.Read more ›
The Metro Planning Department has compiled a list of more than 3,000 homes in the 100 year flood plain which sustained damage in this month’s record-breaking storms. The owners have to meet certain criteria before they can begin to rebuild.Read more ›
Federal officials have been dispatched to Tennessee by President Obama Tuesday to assess the damage from historic rainfall and widespread flooding, which killed 19 people in the state -10 in Nashville. Rising waters have leveled off, but concern is growing over a drinking water system on life support and the fire hazard posed by thousands of flooded and vacant homes.Read more ›
Water supplies in Nashville dropped 15% overnight, spurring officials to again urge residents to conserve as much as possible.Read more ›
The number of storm-related deaths in Tennessee has grown to 13 across, after another body was found in the flood waters. Emergency officials in Tennessee are now pleading with residents to conserve water. Massive flooding has damaged municipal water service.Read more ›