Crews are working to keep flood waters from expanding in Lumby. (Lisa Mazurek/Morning Star)

Lumby flood victims meet

Village lays out plans for road to recovery at meeting tonight

Lumby residents impacted by the spring floods are invited to a town hall meeting tonight.

The village is hosting meeting at the White Valley Community Centre (2250 Shields Avenue) at 5:30 p.m. tonight.

Emergency Management BC, Disaster Financial Assistance and the Red Cross will be in attendance to answer any questions that residents may have.

Lumby Mayor, council and staff will also be on hand to inform residents of the steps the village has undertaken on the road to recovery.

“Staff will advise residents of the plan that is in progress an will do their best to answer any questions,” the village states on its website.

There will also be DFA applications on hand for anyone who has not yet made an application for assistance.

“The Village of Lumby would like to thank the residents for their ongoing patience during this difficult time. The Village of Lumby has been working relentlessly to try to get the community back to normal.”

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