Governor Dannel P. Malloy has released a useful fact sheet for Connecticut residents seeking information on how to apply for federal disaster assistance resulting from Storm Sandy. The fact sheet provides step-by-step details on how the FEMA application process works and can be downloaded at www.ct.gov/sandy.
“Right now, one of our top priorities following Storm Sandy is to help individuals and business owners get their lives back to normal as quickly as possible,” Governor Malloy said. “This fact sheet is a one stop resource for residents – one that will be regularly updated with the latest information.”
The fact sheet will continue to be updated in the coming days as developments are made and additional assistance may become available.
When registering for the assistance, the Governor and FEMA are encouraging residents to utilize the online registration method at www.DisasterAssistance.gov in order to expedite the registration process and avoid potential telephone hold times.
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