ATLANTA -- Officials in Macon, Ga., the largest city to suffer major damage as a result of flooding in the Southeast, said yesterday that the dollar value of lost infrastructure could exceed $7 million.

But Daniel Thompson, Macon's finance director, said he believed that the worst was over for the city of 117,000, which is located 100 miles southeast of Atlanta, in the central part of the state.

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