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Friday, February 5, 2010

Potter County DES Encourages Damage Reports From Flooding


Any Resident who had property damage or damage to their home or business from the January 25th Flooding Event should plan to attend. Potter County Department of Emergency Services stresses the importance of reporting flood damage during emergency situations. This workshop is to help not only those who have already reported their damage but also to help those who did not report their damage.

Small Business Administration News Media Release

February 5, 2010

COUDERSPORT, PA — Residents and businesses of Potter County that were affected by the January 25, 2010 Flooding Event are invited to attend a workshop being conducted jointly by the County and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) to report any damages related to the Flooding Event. "If enough damages are reported, the victims of this flood could possibly qualify for low-interest loans from the Small Business Administration (SBA) to assist in restoring property and homes to a livable condition," stated Potter County Acting Emergency Management Coordinator Glenn Dunn.

Potter County officials are asking anyone affected by the January 25, 2010 Flooding Event to go to Austin Volunteer Fire Station, 42 Main Street in Austin between 2:00-7:00 pm on Wednesday, February 17, 2010 to meet with officials as part of the county’s effort to qualify for an SBA Disaster Declaration. In order for the Commonwealth to request an SBA Disaster Declaration, a minimum of 25 homeowners, renters, and/or businesses with little or no insurance to cover the damages is needed to qualify. “No one is obligated to take a loan,” stated Mr. Dunn, "however, we need to capture all uninsured losses so that those who want to apply for a loan will be able to.”

Those who can’t attend the workshop are asked to call the Potter County Department of Emergency Services at 814-274-8900, if they haven’t already done so, to provide the information.

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