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Tornado Relief CABi Clothing Event

 

 Roadside Debris Pick-Up: 

Residents opting for roadside pick-up must separate debris into six (6) categories:

Vegetative debris (tree limbs, shrubs, etc)
Construction/Demolition debris
White goods (appliances, etc)
E-goods (tv's, electronics)
Household hazardous (cleaning solutions, automotive chemicals, etc)
Normal household garbage

PLEASE DO NOT Burn debris - It releases toxins such as arsenic into the airCover or impede access to utility meters or mail boxes

 This video demonstrates the proper method of disposing waste from the April 27th tornado damage. 

Waste Disposal Video

 

 

If residents choose to hire a contractor, or your insurance policy covers debris removal and you choose to use a contractor, do not place debris on the right-of-way.  The cost of disposal is typically included in contract pricing. 

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FEDERAL ASSISTANCE 

IN SIMPLE TERMS

 

THERE ARE TWO TYPES OF FEDERAL ASSISTANCE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE

  

          1.     FEMA provides short term financial assistance for residents to secure shelter and clean-up.  This is the Federal Governments means of giving                     immediate assistance. Businesses do not qualify for FEMA assistance.  Individuals do.

2.      U.S. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SBA) provides low interest loans with no cost to apply to homeowners and renters as well as business owners.  The point of this is to supplement any insurance or other benefits available to re-build and re-establish homes and businesses.  SBA can even provide funds to cover working capitol operating expenses while businesses re-establish their operations. Lots of people who would not qualify for most loans may still qualify for SBA disaster loans.

THE DEADLINE FOR SBA LOAN APPLICATION FOR PHYSICAL LOSSES IS JUNE 30.

3.      If a resident applies for but does not qualify for an SBA loan, more FEMA assistance may be available by calling (800) 621-3362/ TTY (800) 462-7585

For more information go to www.faulknerrelief.com            @faulknerrelief          Faulkner County Arkansas Tornado Relief