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Queen Anne's Co. Hosting Tornado Recovery Town Hall

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STEVENSVILLE, Md. - It's been nearly a month since an EF2 tornado hit parts of Queen Anne's County, Md., but there are still people in the Stevensville, Kent Island area who are trying to get back on their feet. To help, the county is hosting a town hall meeting Wednesday to determine how the recovery process is going.

Winds of about 125 mph ripped up trees, tore off roofs of buildings, and knocked down power lines when the tornado came through in the early morning hours of July 24.

The county reached out to the state for financial aid in the recovery process. The town hall meeting Wednesday night is a way for county officials to see what needs are still not being met.

The meeting will be at the Matapeake Elementary School in Stevensville at 7 pm.

 

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