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Ridgway Flooding Disaster Assistance
June 2, 2014
RIDGWAY-  Governor Corbett has sent a letter to the United States Small Business Administration to request a disaster declaration for local areas that were impacted by the severe flooding that took place In May.
 
Last week Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati and Lt. Governor Cawley’s assessed the damage caused by the massive flooding in Elk County.
 
 
 Scarnati (R-25) has issued the following statement regarding disaster assistance for Elk County flood victims:

I am grateful that today, Governor Corbett has sent a letter to the United States Small Business Administration to request a disaster declaration for local areas that were impacted by the severe flooding that took place on May 21 and 22, 2014.

This disaster declaration would enable residents and business owners with property damaged by the massive rains to be eligible for low interest loans through the US Small Business Administration. If the request is granted, counties that are contiguous with Elk will also be eligible for the loans, including Cameron, Clearfield, Forest, Jefferson, McKean and Warren counties.

As this process moves forward, I will continue to work with Governor Corbett and PEMA to find ways to best help our community and local residents with clean-up and recovery.

 

Senator Scarnati and Lt. Governor Cawley’s assessment of the massive flooding in Elk County last week.

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