08/5/20 | News

Tropical Storm Isaias Cleanup Efforts

On August 3, 2020, Tropical Storm Isaias hit the shores of Southern Maryland. In its wake, three tornadoes were confirmed to have touched down in two of the southern counties in Maryland, including Calvert County and St. Mary’s County. As a result of the tornadoes and the storm itself, flooding and downed trees have wreaked havoc on the roadways.

Road Closures Throughout Southern Maryland

SMCiS, just like so many others, is proud to be a supporter and contractor for Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO). Our relationship with SMECO started back in 1987, and since then has continued to grow. Alongside SMECO, SMCiS has stepped up to assist in traffic control operations throughout the Southern Maryland region in an effort to help the community and keep the citizens safe during their daily commute and travel.

Our trucks and crews can be seen throughout Southern Maryland at this time. We are keeping all those involved in the flooding and downed trees in our thoughts.

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