Oxford residents are invited to a public information session about assistance programs available to residents whose properties, businesses or other materials were damaged by Hurricane Irene.
The session will be held tonight, (Monday, Oct. 3) from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the S.B. Church Memorial Town Hall at 486 Oxford Road.
Douglas Glowacki from the Connecticut Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security will present an informational program on the Hazardous Mitigation Process for residents, according to a news release from Oxford Town Hall. A community representative from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, will also be in attendance to assist residents and answer inquiries.
asks all residents who have been affected by the flooding, power outages or suffered loss of items or damage to their homes or premises attend the meeting.
Oxford officials, to date, have reviewed the , held meetings with FEMA representatives, utility companies,, and had discussions with state officials regarding the handling of activities around the hurricane event. This is an opportunity for all residents to become a part of the discussion.
(Editor's Note: This story first appeared on the Oxford Patch home page last week. It was re-featured because the meeting is tonight.)