Catskill Flooding list of relief resources: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aj4_Q1dIQpEydHJ5MTRFTFEyZkVxUXBQRTlDS0N5dEE&hl=en_US#gid=1Residents who are unemployed as a direct result of the recent flooding and devastation caused by Hurricane Irene may be eligible for weekly benefit payments under the Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) program, state and federal officials announced today.
Anyone applying for FEMA, make sure you put Hurricane and not Flood
se guys have been through a lot and need special care.) Also a couple of Pomeranians with special needs. There will most likely be others. If you can help foster, go to the shelter. Phone 518-296-8390. Be patient! also: SPECIAL NEEDS FOR FOSTERING: You will need to visit the shelter in peprson to arrange to foster an animal so that the proper match can be made #1: A lab mastiff mix -- needs to be only animal (no children) in foster home. (Don't forget, the
Barry Scott Insurance accepting donations. She needs volunteers to sort as well:
Polka Dots, Granite Drive, Cobleskill and Guilderland is accepting donations. For information or if you are in need/know of somebody in need please call LeAnn Bradt at 231-9482 or Cori Jaycox-Bissonette 605-0122
Stella Motors 142 MacArthur Avenue Cobleskill, NY 12043-3603 (518) 234-8735
Call Cornell Cooperative Extension 173 South Grand Street Cobleskill, NY 12043 (518) 234-4303 http://www.health.state.ny
Jonathans in duanesburg is accepting donations (518) 895-8234 5055 Western Tpke Duanesburg, NY 12056
The Quilt Shop in Esperance is accepting donations of food, clothing, quilts and money. If you donate to the can in the shop, it will go to the people on Steuben or Brandywine unless you have another request.
Richmondville Lutheran Church is accepting donations 265 Main Street Richmondville, NY 12149 (518) 294-6656
Richie Rich's Place open 7 days a week 9-5. After hours call (518) 231-6689 he is willing to open the shop if needed. They have (and are accepting) furniture and clothing as well as food and kenneling for pets. Address: 1400 Rt-7, Richmondville, NY 12149 General phone: (518) 234-0963
Schoharie central offices will continue to operate; we have arranged for a free Tetanus vaccination clinic (Wednesday from 10:15 am to 2 pm in the HS library classroom; and our computer labs will open soon so community members can e-mail their relatives and file FEMA applications online. For those impacted by the flood, please do not worry about school supplies, backpacks, or homework for your children.
The HS Library will be open for those who need to file FEMA applications online and e-mail family members
The High School Library will be open on Thursday, September 8, and Monday, September 12 from 4-6 pm so members of the community can file FEMA applications and e-mail relatives to update them on your families. The library will also be open from 6-8 pm on Tuesday the 13th to do the same. The FEMA URL is www.disasterassistance.gov
Schoharie Reformed Church to be directed to where help is needed
Volunteers to help gut houses contact Erin Ethier (518) 534-3003
Announcement: Electrical inspections are being funded by the Schoharie County Community Action Program. Residents need to go to the National Grid satellite locations in Schoharie and Middleburgh to fill out the form. Puroclean is an organization that can provide disaster related clean-up free of charge from Canajoharie.
Brooke & Steven (Brooke M. Whitney) own Carpet Doctor Plus in Oneonta. If you donate through them, they will give you a gift certificate double your donation, which you can use for yourself or in turn donate to victims of the hurricane for cleaning services once they are settled and have the major work done. They will then also set up a few days later on to help those who helped others.
Schoharie County Annex (behind Mobile & Dunkin Donuts on 30A) has food, clothing, toiletries, toys, baby needs, etc. to give to people who need it. Please stop by (no appointments needed)
Michelle Marie Carnella: