Plymouth Asking Residents for Blizzard Damage Reports
Plymouth's Emergency Operations is asking residents and business owners to report property damage resulting from the Blizzard of '13 in order to determine the town's eligibility for a Federal Disaster Declaration.
Plymouth Emergency Operations Director Aaron Wallace is asking residents and business owners to report property damage resulting from the Feb. 8-9 blizzard in order to determin local eligibility fora federal disaster funds.
"This information will be used by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to determine the local eligibility for a Federal Disaster Declaration and the
possibility of FEMA Individual Assistance program and
Small Business Administration Assistance," according to Wallace.
Residents and businesses that suffered storm damage can help by providing the following information to the Plymouth EOC:
- Street Name / Number
- Type of Residence / Business
- Type of Damage
- Insurance Estimate of Damage (if known)
- Special considerations (impacts to elderly or other vulnerable populations)
The information should be submitted before 5 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 26.
Information can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone or fax between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., Tuesday only at 508-833-5801 (phone) and 508-833-5848 (fax), or in person Tuesday at the Plymouth EOC, 2209 State Road.