BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) -- A southern Kentucky county is still tackling the effects of and cleaning up from two major storms in recent years.
Warren County officials say the cleanup from the 2009 ice storm and 2010 flooding could take into 2014.
Bowling Green and Warren County Emergency Management Director Ronnie Pearson told The Daily News (http://bit.ly/ON7cqb-- that delays in approval from the Federal Emergency Management Agency are the main reason work has yet to be completed or contracts with FEMA have yet to be closed out for those disasters.
The 2009 ice storm and floods in 2010 and 2011 were three of the largest modern disasters in Kentucky history. The state is also in FEMA's southeastern region, which has been the most active region in recent years.