The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s opening two offices today, in Cedar Rapids and in Clinton County at Charlotte, between Maquoketa and Clinton. FEMA’s Kevin Galvin says one office is already open in Dyersville’s City Hall.People can go to these temporary FEMA offices they’ve started the application process and get information about their cases and what programs might help them. Galvin emphasizes people should not visit the walk-in offices until they’ve called 1-800-621-FEMA to begin the process and get application forms.The SBA will help people fill out applications, they’ll give advice on rebuilding damaged homes and getting human service help, and answer questions about the application for aid. The offices will be open from nine A-M to six P-M Monday through Saturday, but closed on the Fourth of July.
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