- 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: Repair Replace Rebuild
The Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) publishes a periodic newletter, The Independent, for elders and people with disabilities. The “got access?” story on page 19 of the Winter 2012 newsletter points out that a potential silver lining to Irene … Continue reading
FEMA Press Release: As Vermonters repair their homes in the wake of Tropical Storm Irene, recovery officials are urging residents to build their homes safer and smarter. Raising electrical components and Heating, Ventilating And cColing (HVAC) equipment above potential flood … Continue reading
FEMA Press Release: State and federal recovery officials are reminding Vermonters repairing damage to their homes or businesses from Tropical Storm Irene that they must still get the appropriate building permits before beginning any repair or rebuilding work. Vermont Emergency … Continue reading
Contractors are essential to Vermont’s recovery following Tropical Storm Irene, but state and federal officials are advising Vermonters to use care when hiring them. The Federal Emergency Management Agency does not recommend or endorse any contractors, nor does the state. … Continue reading
While it’s unfortunate to have to discuss this, there is some great info on how to protect yourself from fraud on this VTResponse page.
We are trying to gather information about reputable contractors, electricians, and other businesses that can help people recover and rebuild after Irene. While we work on that, Efficiency Vermont already has an online database of Building Performance Institute certified contractors. Efficiency … Continue reading
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.
Efficiency Vermont has standing rebate offers available for efficient refrigerators, heating system, clothes washers, and dehumidifiers for individuals that need to replace these appliances. For more information visit http://www.efficiencyvermont.com