WILLOWICK, Ohio - Thursday morning at 11 a.m. Lake County officials will hold a news conference to discuss damage assessment from last Saturday's storm.
The news conference, which is not open to the public, is being held at the Ohio Retention Basin in Willowick. In a news release, officials said they plan on talking about recovery plans and clean up efforts.
Besides county officials, emergency management officials as well as a representative from Congressman David Joyce's office will be at the news conference.
Last Saturday, heavy rains flooded streets, houses and businesses in Lake and Cuyahoga counties. In Lake County, hundreds of basements were flooded in Willowick.
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