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Recovering from Hurricane Irene

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New Jersey National Guard troops assist in a neighborhood flooded by Hurricane Irene.

New Jersey National Guard troops assist in a neighborhood flooded by Hurricane Irene. U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Mark C. Olsen

As Hurricane Irene slowly moves into Canada, the damage it leaves behind is immense. For Americans affected by the wind, water and other effects of this record storm, here are some resources. Some websites are of more value than others. As of this writing, only Puerto Rico has received a “Major Disaster Declaration”. The list of “Emergency Declarations”, a lower level of declaration, is at the bottom of this post.

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Federal Emergency Declarations Related to Hurricane Irene

NumberDateStateIncident DescriptionDesignated Counties
333708/28District of ColumbiaHurricane Irene Link to 3337 Declared Counties page
333608/28DelawareHurricane Irene Link to 3336 Declared Counties page
333508/27MarylandHurricane Irene Link to 3335 Declared Counties page
333408/27Rhode IslandHurricane Irene Link to 3334 Declared Counties page
333308/27New HampshireHurricane Irene Link to 3333 Declared Counties page
333208/27New JerseyHurricane Irene Link to 3332 Declared Counties page
333108/27ConnecticutHurricane Irene Link to 3331 Declared Counties page
333008/26MassachusettsHurricane Irene Link to 3330 Declared Counties page
332908/26VirginiaHurricane Irene Link to 3329 Declared Counties page
332808/26New YorkHurricane Irene Link to 3328 Declared Counties page
332708/25North CarolinaHurricane Irene Link to 3327 Declared Counties page
332608/22Puerto RicoHurricane Irene Link to 3326 Declared Counties page
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