Tag: disaster relief

Dyersburg Digs Out From the Flood

The majority of the floodwaters having receded from Dyersburg, the city is restoring services to areas previously under water and allowing homeowners back into the neighborhoods. In addition, the city is waiving city permit fees for renovation projects. There are…

TEMA and FEMA Disaster Relief Facebook Page

From the release: The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) today announced an online hub for collaborative information-sharing through Facebook for the response and recovery to severe weather and flooding in Tennessee. The webpage,…

Three Stories out of Thousands

Yesterday the Clarksville Leaf Chronicle had several articles about the flood damage and recovery effort. Here are a couple of them. Early damage assessment: 250 homes, 210 businesses Family facing challenges shared by dozens of other flood victims After a…

Helping Small Businesses After the Flood

WPLN reports that the Small Business Administration is setting up a “business recovery center at TSU. From the Article: The Small Business Administration bills itself as the federal government’s long-term disaster recovery arm. Despite the “small business” in the administration’s…

Tipton County Relief Resources

Please Note: This is not a comprehensive list, but a compilation of posts and external resources that we’ve found over the past week. If you know of a resource we missed please Contact us with the county or counties served…

Helping Out Millington

The water may be receding in Millington, but there’s still a lot of work to be done. Here are some resources for people who may want to help out with the recovery. Donations Cross Pointe Baptist Church, 8850 Highway 51…