- Thank you from Rev. Sandy Dale, SEVT LTRC chair
- Deadline for assistance application nearing
- Irene funding and recovery update
- Irene recovery ongoing
- Gov. Shumlin’s statement about Sandy
- Keeping an eye on Hurricane Sandy
- AmeriCorps NCCC volunteers in Windham County
- Rock River Revival Parade
- Recovery efforts continue in Windham County: You can help!
- United Church of Christ rallies volunteers
Category Archives: Guides
ANR handout soil_cleanup_guide (48KB PDF) – this two page handout from the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) provides guidance for cleaning up soil and sediment from private and public yards, grounds and properties.
ANR Handout Instream Guidelines (14KB PDF) – this two page handout from the Vermont Agency for Natural Resources provides some important guidance and information about in-stream work.
NERC Guide debris_management (372KB PDF) – this 21 page guide from the Northeast Recycling Center provides good, clear, and detailed information for town officials, residents, and small businesses dealing with solid waste after a natural disaster.
DOH Guide Health (691KB PDF) – this guide from DOH has 13 pages of health related handouts covering: Respiratory Protection General Flood Information Drinking Water Guidelines Drinking Water Disinfection Common Post-Disaster Hazards Steps to Take Before Returning Home Managing Emotional Consequences
The President has now signed the declaration of FEMA funding for Windham County, which means people can register online at http://www.disasterassistance.gov/ or by calling 1-800-621-3362. Registration takes about 20 minutes for an individual or a household and you need your personal information, social security … Continue reading
090111_irenerecoverysteps (126KB PDF) – this two-page document from the Vermont Department of Health has great information on what you should do before you return to your home or building. Note: this includes directions for how to get FREE well-testing kits - … Continue reading
No, this post is not a joke. It’s probably too early for most people to be thinking about taxes, but eventually these may be useful. If you were affected by this major disaster, these Disaster Losses Kits (one for businesses and … Continue reading
FEMA has an Applicant’s Guide to the Individuals & Households Program - Help After a Disaster – on their website in multiple languages (the English version is an 867KB PDF). It’s a good reference with definitions, codes, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), … Continue reading
FEMA Disaster Declaration Process (373KB, PDF) This is a FEMA guide to the Disaster Declaration Process – an overview of how assistance works and what types of assistance are available.