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Sunday, September 18 – 7:08 a.m. – Mold can be a special problem for homeowners who are cleaning up after flooding, water damage or simply extended rainy or wet conditions. Mold is a fungi that travels through the air as … Continue reading
Mold can be a special problem for homeowners who are cleaning up after flooding, water damage or simply extended rainy or wet conditions. Mold is a fungi that travels through the air as tiny spores, and can grow and spread … Continue reading
Sara Manns at 291-1172 is organizing a team of counselors to meet with people who feel they need support now. Please reach out if you feel you need more emotional help than you are receiving. The Ottaquechee Health Foundation is … Continue reading
N95 masks, which are required for cleanup, are available for free at the 12 District Offices of the Department of Health. Numbers for these district offices can be found at: http://healthvermont.gov/local/district/district_office.aspx Please contact the District Office before going there to … Continue reading
802Relief is a non profit providing water filters and purifiers free of charge to individuals who’s primary water source has been compromised. The SteriPEN will kill 99.99% of all living organisms in the water, including viruses. If you could use … Continue reading
Ludlow homeowners, renters and Ludlow businesses that experienced flood damage from “Irene” will be permitted to dispose of their storm debris at the Ludlow Transfer Station for FREE until September 18, 2011. Storm related debris disposal is only available to … Continue reading
Water samples from Friday and Saturday have been tested and returned no negative results. The Boil Water Advisory has been lifted.
From the Vermont Department of Health 802-863-7281 during business hours 802-863-7280 for after-hours answering service BURLINGTON – The Vermont Department of Health has not seen an increase in gastrointestinal or respiratory illnesses since Tropical Storm Irene hit Vermont on Aug. … Continue reading
The Town is working with the Vermont Water Supply Division. We have received some test results back and we know that the water tested negative for VOCs, which is great news. Vermont Water Supply Division has requested that we continue … Continue reading
As of September 9, 2011 The boil water notice has been lifted for the residents on the public water system. Conservation of water is still a must!