Florence, South Carolina 2021-10-22 06:22:23 –
Holly County, South Carolina (WBTW) – With a continuous update of News13, the Holly County Council and Flood Subcommittee are preparing to consider the county’s resilience plan. Both counties and flood advocates are seeking community feedback on the plan.
April O’leary, founder and president of Horry County Rising, said public opinion was open for three weeks and would end on Friday.
The resilience plan recognizes Holly County’s vulnerability to floods and analyzes how the county is more resilient to future flood events. We’ll take a closer look at past flood events, especially Hurricane Florence, and take a special look at selected groups in the community such as Bucksport, Socastee, Long and Red Bluff.
“It’s just as important to make sure that the community understands those considerations and has the opportunity to prioritize them, so I really want to make sure that the community is driving these solutions.” Said O’Leary.
O’Leary said he would like to hear feedback through a survey compiled online by Horry County Rising.
Plans created by external agencies list potential policy-based solutions and other infrastructure-based solutions, such as retarding basins to increase water storage capacity and improve drainage in the region. I am. O’Leary said he was happy to see many people participating in the Horry County Rising survey and sharing their thoughts on the plan.
“We’re really excited. We had about 350 respondents and our initial goal was 250, so we’re setting a new goal and trying to get another 150 respondents, so I We are really looking forward to the people participating in the survey, “said O’Leary.
You can fill out a Horry County Rising survey here.. The county is accepting public comments on the proposed plan until October 22nd via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last day to give feedback and public input on Horry County Flood Resiliency Plan Source link Last day to give feedback and public input on Horry County Flood Resiliency Plan