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James R. Gerweck

Director

Richardson County Emergency Management Agency

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www.fcjournal.net

Jim Gerweck as the Richardson County Emergency Management Agency Director with a salary of $3,275.10 per month.
Gracie Deckinger, Regina Cummings, Jim Gerweck, Deb Ebel and Mona Godeman to the Grievance Board for the County Road Department.


www.anewspaper.net

James Gerweck of Richardson County Emergency Management said local government would welcome Sen.
Gerweck said Falls City has 14 water wells on the river bottom near Rulo and has spent over $100,000 already to shore up pump houses and wells. He said if the flood forces the well out of use, the plan will be to pump water from the river into the water treatment plant. Gerweck said Falls City is making preparations to protect the water supply. "All of the levees which the corps warned about are breaching in many places and we are on the list. It's just a matter of how long the clock is going to tick," Gerweck said.


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Richardson County Emergency Management Director Jim Gerweck estimated that 20 homes have been flooded, and 30-40 people have been misplaced in Richardson County.
"We will be working with Gerweck and the American Red Cross to provide as much relief as possible. The Governor and I will be keeping a close eye on this situation, and will react accordingly." Near Yankton, SD, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced they would be releasing water from the Gavins Point Dam. On Wednesday evening, the dam's water level was only 1.8 feet below its spillway, forcing the decision to release water into the devastated region. "The Corps of Engineers really have no choice," said Gerweck. "The water is going to spill over the dam's edge soon anyway." According to Gerweck, this shouldn't cause the river to rise significantly in Rulo. "The real threat is the levees," said Gerweck. Nebraska Lieutenant Governor Rick Sheehy speaks with Richardson County Emergency Management Agency Director Jim Gerweck while viewing flood damage in Rulo. Photo by Jacob Parker Nebraska Lieutenant Governor Rick Sheehy speaks with Richardson County Emergency Management Agency Director Jim Gerweck while viewing flood damage in Rulo.


www.omaha.com

"Right now our concerns are the levees," said Jim Gerweck, Richardson County's emergency manager.


www.knzafm.com

In other business, County Emergency Management Agency Director Jim Gerweck presented the board with information regarding the November 16th 2009 snowstorm disaster.
Damages to county roads from the storm are estimated at more than $13,000.


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