Bud Lett, right, the code enforcement director for Sedgwick County, answers a question from Oaklawn resident Connie Force, left, whose home was destroyed by the tornado, during a town hall meeting at the Oaklawn Activity Center on Thursday evening. (April 19, 2012)
Bud Lett, right, the code enforcement director for Sedgwick County, answers a question from Oaklawn resident Connie Force, left, whose home was destroyed by the tornado, during a town hall meeting at the Oaklawn Activity Center on Thursday evening. (April 19, 2012) The Wichita Eagle
Bud Lett, right, the code enforcement director for Sedgwick County, answers a question from Oaklawn resident Connie Force, left, whose home was destroyed by the tornado, during a town hall meeting at the Oaklawn Activity Center on Thursday evening. (April 19, 2012) The Wichita Eagle

Oaklawn neighborhood meeting answers tornado cleanup questions

April 19, 2012 05:00 AM

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