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Assessing impact of Superstorm Sandy on Greenwich

Greenwich, CT | Added on February 27, 2014 At 04:03 PM

A new online survey is being conducted by the Conservation Commission to better assess the impact of Superstorm Sandy and to identify long term recovery needs in the community.  All residents that were impacted by the storm are encouraged to take the survey.

The Town is also now working with the Connecticut Rises program, which is an umbrella program for all non-governmental organizations that work on disasters (i.e. American Red Cross, Salvation Army). Residents that were impacted by Sandy are also encouraged to register with Connecticut Rises. 

To complete the flood assistance survey visit:

To register with Connecticut Rises dial 2-1-1. 

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