Wednesday, August 22, 2012

FEMA Says NO
There will be no direct federal help to people whose property was damaged by flooding in Washington County as a result of the August 5th storms according to County Mayor Dan Eldridge. He says the flash flooding did not meet the criteria for aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. In one hour four inches of rain fell on parts of Washington, Carter and Unicoi counties but FEMA officials say total storm damage would have to reach at least 8.5-million dollars before aid would reimbursed residents. However, Residents and business owners can apply to the Small Business Administration for low interest loans to help ease the pain. (bg)

Saturday, July 04, 2015

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