After "interesting but slow" talks with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Lower Frederick officials said it will reimburse the township to replace items lost or damaged in floods at Foy Park.
Rep. Joe Ciresi's proposed fund would offer state residents supplemental emergency grants to help recover from disasters like Tropical Storm Ida, whether FEMA applied or not. It would be paid for by state liquor taxes.
Property owners who have yet to apply for federal government assistance in recovering from Tropical Storm Ida have only eight more days, until Dec. 10 at midnight, to do so online or by phone.
Pennsylvania asked for, and on Friday received, a one-month extension under which Montgomery and Chester county residents can apply for federal help in dealing with damage from Tropical Storm Ida.
If you incurred property or other damage as a result of Tropical Storm Ida, and haven't yet registered to receive disaster relief, opportunities remain but are becoming limited. The deadline is Nov. 10.
In an important step for local governments facing huge repair bills to fix damages caused by Tropical Storm Ida, federal planners on Friday said extra funding will be offered in Montgomery, Chester, and Bucks counties.
Need financial or other assistance in recovering from property damage by Tropical Storm Ida? The government is opening registration centers beginning Friday in Oaks, King of Prussia, and Collegeville.
Still working on recovery from Tropical Storm Ida for your home or business? Help remains available live in Montgomery County, and online too, through Oct. 27 under an extension from state legislators.