San Antonio, TX -- State and federal officials have announced the Disaster Recovery Center in Nueces County will remain open through 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 30. This center has seen sufficient traffic within the last several days to justify remaining open to serve the Nueces County area residents. Any resident affected by the disaster who desires to meet with Recovery Specialists to ask about available assistance for damages resulting from Tropical Storm Fay is encouraged to take advantage of the extension.
San Antonio, TX -- For Brazoria, Nueces and Live Oak County residents who wish to meet with Recovery Specialists to ask about available assistance for damages resulting from Tropical Storm Fay beginning September 26, the time for visiting the Disaster Recovery Centers is getting shorter. State and federal officials have announced the DRCs will close at 6 p.m. Friday, October 25.
San Antonio, TX -- State and Federal officials today issued a reminder that aggressive action will be taken against any criminal attempt to defraud the federal government in connection with those affected by Tropical Storm Fay. Federal Coordinating Officer Scott Wells and State Coordinating Officer Duke Mazurek both agree that managing a multi-million dollar disaster program always means walking a fine line between bringing speedy service to those who need it and ensuring that taxpayer dollars are not misused.
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