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Volunteers Needed (4/19 and 4/20): Cuttingsville/Rutland

From the Rutland Tropical Storm Irene Long Term Recovery Committee: The Rutland Long Term Recovery Committee’s first volunteer project of the season will be taking place this Friday and Saturday (April 19-20) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Cuttingsville. Volunteers … Continue reading

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Supply Drive and Volunteers Needed (11/9 to 11/11): Enosburg Falls

Those seeking to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy in New York City will have that opportunity this weekend when an empty 18-wheel tractor trailer sets up for a donation drive at Enosburg Falls Middle & High School on Dickenson … Continue reading

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Supply Drive, Burlington Area (11/8/12)

Fabulous way to help from afar, thanks to Amanda for organizing! http://lovelanegraveyard.tumblr.com/post/35197922524/help-new-jersey-recover Hundreds of thousands are still without power and heat, and with temperatures dropping and snow in the forecast the wrath of Hurricane Sandy is still very very real … Continue reading

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Replacement Benefits: 3SquaresVT

From 3SquaresVT (1-800-479-6151) What if I lost food due to a disaster, power outage or fridge/freezer failure? You may be eligible to have benefit money restored to replace lost food.* You may receive 3SquaresVT Replacement Benefits if: You currently receive … Continue reading

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#VTSandy Day 0 Nightly Wrap-Up and Weather Report

Like we saw with Irene last year, at this moment with the storm still overhead we’re in the tough position of having to wait for definitive damage reports. As we get new information, we’ll be sure to pass it on. … Continue reading

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Information: VT Local Roads Status Map

From Steve Sharp of the Vermont Center for Geographic Information: The VT Center for Geographic Information (VCGI) has deployed a VT Local Roads Status Map in collaboration with VT’s Regional Planning Commissions and towns and the Vermont’s EOC. http://tinyurl.com/vtlocalroads 

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Press Release: City of South Burlington

PRESS RELEASE In Preparation for Hurricane Sandy For Immediate Release:  October 29, 2012 Contact:  Doug Brent, Fire Chief and Emergency Operations Director dbrent@sburl.com 846-4110 Staff from the City Manager’s Office, Fire Dept., Police Dept., and Public Works departments met this … Continue reading

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Contact Information for Sandy

Very clear, simple list from State of Vermont (addition for Utilities ours): The following are numbers should be used by the public in the specific circumstances outlined. In case of an emergency: 911 If there is damage to your home, … Continue reading

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Update from State of Vermont 1 pm 10/29/12

“Sandy Update – Monday Morning The Vermont State Emergency Operations Center opened with state and federal personnel at 7:00 Monday morning. The team is tracking the storm and is ready to respond should any communities need assistance. Governor Peter Shumlin … Continue reading

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VEM Update: Monday 12:30 PM

From VEM at 12:22 pm via vpr.net Emergency Management Says ‘All Hands On Deck’ For Sandy The effects of Hurricane Sandy are already being felt in Vermont. Utilities say there are already more than 1,000 customers without power in Windham, … Continue reading

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