Region I - Recovery - A Small Central Maine Town Seeks Federal Aid

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FEMA Public Assistance Specialist Galen Costigan examines damage to Sandy River Road in Norridgewock, Maine.

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NORRIDGEWOCK, Maine - In July of 2009, after months of rain and flooding, a federal disaster was declared in Maine. Communities, like Norridgewock, worked with FEMA officials to recover from damages.

FEMA Public Assistance Project Specialists were sent to evaluate the damage in affected towns and determine what repair work might be eligible for FEMA funding.

Last Updated: 
06/11/2012 - 10:07