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Homeowners, renters and businesses who had property damage or losses caused by remnants of Hurricane Ida, have two weeks to apply for federal disaster assistance.

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If you applied with FEMA for damage and losses caused by remnants of Hurricane Ida, you will receive a letter in the mail explaining your application current status or eligibility for disaster assistance. Read this letter carefully and follow up with any requests for additional information or provide the documentation requested.

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If you applied with FEMA for damage and losses caused by remnants of Hurricane Ida, you will receive a letter in the mail explaining your application current status or eligibility for disaster assistance. Read this letter carefully and follow up with any requests for additional information or provide the documentation requested.

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Connecticut residents in Fairfield, New Haven and New London counties who suffered damage or losses from remnants of Hurricane Ida, have one month left to apply for disaster assistance with FEMA and low-interest disaster loans with U.S. Small Business Administration.

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More than three-months after remnants of Hurricane Ida ripped through Connecticut communities, more than $34 million in direct federal assistance has been disbursed to help individuals, households and businesses on their road to recovery.

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Three Disaster Recovery Centers will be closing this week in Fairfield and New Haven counties. While these sites will be closing help is still available, FEMA specialists are still just a phone call or mouse click away.

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Next to insurance, low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration are the primary source of funds for Connecticut disaster survivors to make property repairs and replace personal property destroyed by Hurricane Ida.

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FEMA has approved a request from the State of Connecticut to allow extra time for residents to register for assistance for damage caused by the Remnants of Hurricane Ida between Sept. 1 and Sept. 2.

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Connecticut residents who applied with FEMA for disaster assistance to help recover from Hurricane Ida may receive a letter from FEMA stating they are ineligible. However, this may not be the final answer. If you think FEMA’s decision was incorrect, it’s important to file an appeal with FEMA within 60 days of the date on your eligibility notification letter.

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Two FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) will open this week in Milford and New Haven to help Connecticut residents affected by the remnants of Hurricane Ida.

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