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Webster Parish School Board discusses “The Pit’s” future

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Jeffrey Jacobs, a District 6 Committee member, asks a question during the committee meeting Wednesday regarding regulations set forth by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Michelle Bates/Press-Herald

The District 6 Committee of the Webster Parish School Board learned more about what the Federal Emergency Management Agency will cover and what it will not.

During a committee meeting Wednesday, the committee was given the opportunity to ask questions of Maintenance Supervisor Buster Flowers and Jenny Reynolds, director of the Webster Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness. The two took them through the different categories in which FEMA classifies projects such as damage to The Pit at Minden High School following the March 8 flood.

Webster Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Director Jenny Reynolds explains to District 6 Committee members the steps and the process by which the Webster Parish School Board will comply with regulations to receive funding to rebuild the grandstands at Minden High School's The Pit. Michelle Bates/Press-Herald

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