Tulare Co. discusses how to better respond to flooding

FRESNO, Calif.

Several county agencies presented pictures of the road damage and other flooded areas at Tuesday morning's Board of Supervisors Meeting.

The Sheriff's Office and Fire Departments report roughly 400 emergency related calls during the storms.

The resource management agency says it provided 250 tons of sand to 14 different communities. One supervisor said the County's Emergency Response still has room for improvement.

"It seems there's still some work to be done to see what we have what other people have in terms of resources and making sure to keep channels clear," Tulare Co. Supervisor Steve Worthley said.

The Agriculture Commissioners Office says it still could be months before workers assess all the damage to county crops.

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