Residents aiming for normalcy in Georgetown

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GEORGETOWN, S.C. (WCBD) – Front Street in Georgetown wasn’t exactly bustling Sunday, but there were more people than have been out and about in weeks.

Many could been seen walking dogs and socializing, even though the street was still flooding.

A lot of store owners are working to get back to normal, many will reopen on Monday.

Schools also reopen on Monday as well and one teacher is ready to see his students again.

“I surely am ready to see their bright faces early in the morning. Now, if you come back around three o’ clock I may have a different story on Monday for you, but I’m happy and I will be happy tomorrow morning, said Sheldon Butts, a special education teacher.

Butts is also a Georgetown city councilman and he says it won’t take long for the area to bounce back.

“Georgetown is a special city and a special county and we come together and we prepared very diligently for this storm and then after the storm before the flood. We’ll be Georgetown once again so I would invite you to come back here again once we get back to come kind of normalcy,” Butts said.

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