People suffering from flooding in Lawrence County are upset with the emergency management director. Now theyve taken their complaints about EMA Jesse Angle to State Senator Dale Righter, asking that something be done. Flooding has soaked Lawrenceville for a week now. Drivers are still trying to find their way around as roads have been turned into rivers. Adding to their frustration, they say theyve been unable to get help from the EMA director. "Have had no conversations with the EMA, they should tell us what to do, who to see for clothing, housing, we have no options." Stacey Organ, and Terri Patrick say EMA Director Jesse Angle didnt provide any warning about the coming flood. "Nobody of authority let us know the levee broke, one couple actually woke up to flood waters." We contacted EMA Director Jesse Angle Tuesday about these allegations. He told us hes been advised by the states attorney to keep quiet until a county board meeting Wednesday evening. Upset residents say theyll be at that meeting too. Meanwhile, Stacey Organ, who had four feet of water in her house, says she doesnt know what to do. "As a community, what are we supposed to do to get back on our feet." "People went door-to-door to save others, and thank God for them, if not people would of drowned." Organ and Patrick both have flood damage, but its not nearly as bad as what others are facing. "I am in a position to voice my opinion for others because others are so devastated, they cant stand up for themselves." "we arent going to let up." Now, the two will wait for the area to return to normal, so they can figure out how to get help. Help they say was never offered by the man in charge. The Lawrence county board will hold a meeting for anyone affected by the flood Wednesday night. It will be in the county board room of the courthouse at 5:30pm.