Workshop set to deal with flooding post-Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy may have occurred a year ago, but its lasting effects are still felt throughout town.

Greenwich has residents who are not yet back into their homes as a result of the superstorm, and the Town of Greenwich Conservation Commission is holding workshops for these residents with unmet needs on Tuesday, Feb. 25, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

With the CT Rises program, the Conservation Commission will be hosting two workshops which will provide up-to-date information not only for home elevation, but for all storm-related assistance available. HMGP applicants will be provided with some “next step” options.

This meeting will also be the start of a long term needs assessment in the community to ensure that decision makers at all levels of government understand the long term recovery needs of local residents post-Sandy. All residents impacted by Sandy who have unmet needs are urged to attend.

The workshop session will take place at Town Hall’s Meeting Room at 101 Field Point Road.

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