|Jerry City gets State Disaster Aid|
|Written by Sentinel Staff|
|Tuesday, 26 November 2013 18:43|
COLUMBUS - Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich Tuesday authorized use of State Disaster Relief funds to assist the Villages of Cloverdale in Putnam County and Jerry City inWood County as they work to recover from the severe storms and tornadoes of Nov. 17
“I’ve reached out to local officials across the impacted areas to make sure the state is doing all we can to help our neighbors get back on their feet,” said Kasich. “Both Cloverdale and Jerry City are in need of some additional assistance, so we’re going to help them get through this and will continue to monitor the situation in case future needs arise.”
The State Disaster Relief Program is an authorized reimbursement program intended to provide assistance to local governments and eligible private non-profits organizations for costs associated with debris removal, emergency protective measures and permanent work. The Ohio Emergency Management Agency (Ohio EMA) continues to work with local communities in affected areas to determine the impact of the severe storms and tornadoes.
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