DeSoto Metropolis Leaders Meet With Native Residents Impacted by Winter Storm
Freezing temperatures throughout final February’s Winter Storm knocked out water service on the Hickory Manor Senior Condominium Complicated, 1626 Previous Hickory Path in DeSoto, for a number of days and made quite a few residences uninhabitable for an prolonged time frame.
On the time the City of DeSoto helped safe non permanent water service and showers for residents and labored with administration to attempt to find non permanent housing for residents displaced from their residences whereas repairs have been made. The Metropolis estimated then that emergency housing would price near $40,000 and was capable of offset these prices with a $25,000 grant from former Congressman Beto O’Rourke’s “Powered By Individuals” group. In the present day, June 8, 2021, former Congressman Beto O’Rourke joined DeSoto Mayor Rachel Proctor, members of the DeSoto Council, and a number of other Metropolis officers on the residences to go to with a number of residents who had been impacted and to learn the way issues have been going.