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Ceretto informs flood victims of mobile command center in Niagara Falls

by jmaloni

Press release

Thu, Jul 25th 2013 01:50 pm

Assemblyman John Ceretto is informing his constituents of flood relief that is available to people affected by the recent flooding.

Gov. Cuomo has set up a mobile command center in the Niagara Falls City Hall parking lot (745 Main St.) to assist people with filling out applications and assessing damages. The mobile command center will be there today until 6 p.m., and may stay longer depending on need. Those who cannot make it to the mobile command center can call the Niagara Falls flood hotline at 716-286-4300.

"The mobile command center is a great resource for anyone who was affected by the recent flooding," Ceretto said. "They will help you with beginning the insurance claims process and getting you the relief money you need to get your house back in order. I thank Gov. Cuomo for his quick response to our community's needs.

"Make sure you have all necessary documentation, and take pictures of everything that has been damaged. This will help speed along the process. Rest assured that we are working diligently to get aid to the people who were affected by the floods."

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