State of emergency extended in Ottawa Co.
Updated: Wednesday, April 24 2013, 08:30 AM EDT
OTTAWA COUNTY, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - Even though Wedneday morning's rain won't cause the flood waters to rise, thousands of homes and businesses across West Michigan continue to battle high water.
Tuesday night the Ottawa County Commission voted to extend a state of emergency there as the Grand River remains above flood stage in Robinson Township. That's according to M-Live.
The Ottawa County Emergency Management Office is asking people to report flood damage to their local township or city office so it can be compiled for a collective damage assessment.