As flood waters rose overnight, so did the need in several communities across our region. With rivers overflowing their banks, Red Cross volunteers supported displaced residents in Barton, Leicester and Lyndonville.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is reminding Vermonters who suffered damages to their homes as the result of rains and flooding earlier this year that there may be additional financial assistance to remove household debris.
Nicholas R. Clifford, Professor Emeritus at Middlebury College, will discuss The Troubled Roar of the Waters: Vermont in Flood and Recovery, 1927-1931, a seminal work on this tragedy, written by him and his late wife Deborah Clifford.
For Immediate Release June 6, 2011 Contact Susan Allen 802-279-8493 MONTPELIER – Citing a string of May storms that pounded parts of the state with high winds and heavy rainfall, Gov. Peter Shumlin today asked President Obama to add Washington and Caledonia Counties to the previously requested federal Major Disaster Declaration. “I have determined […]