WARWICK – The Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster recovery centers in Westerly and Middletown that were opened to help Rhode Islanders recover from Hurricane Sandy will close on Friday, FEMA announced Wednesday
The Westerly office, at 65 Crandall Ave., will be converted into a U.S. Small Business Administration disaster loan outreach center starting on Monday, Dec. 10.
The SBA provides low-interest loans to the owners of homes, businesses and nonprofit groups for disaster-related costs that aren’t covered by their previous insurance.
Approved Rhode Island homeowners can borrow up to $200,000 and businesses and nonprofits can get loans up to $2 million.
Rhode Islanders who were affected by Hurricane Sandy do not need to visit a recovery center to register for disaster aid and registration remains open until Jan. 14, 2013.
Rhode Islanders affected by Hurricane Sandy do not need to visit a recovery center to register for or receive disaster aid. Registration for federal disaster assistance remains open until January 14, 2013.
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