GREENWICH, Conn. (AP) — The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it’s closing a disaster recovery center set up after Superstorm Sandy at the Western Greenwich Civic Center in Greenwich.
FEMA says it will shut the center on Wednesday. Residents who had storm damage may register online for help, through the agency’s Helpline call center or at a center that remains open.
Homeowners, business owners and renters who had damage from Hurricane Sandy in one of the Connecticut counties designated for individual assistance have until Dec. 31 to register for federal help.
Nearly six weeks after Sandy pounded the Northeast, FEMA is winding down its in-state operations. It also is closing disaster recovery centers in Old Saybrook and Groton.