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Melissa Oct 10
This would truly be a blessing sir as I don't have $ for groceries or catfood, with all my related expenses . You sir are so kind and generous. $Melissa1944
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Belfry Bat Oct 15
via EpiscopalRelief: Here are some photos shared by our partners at TexasDiocese as we continue to support those impacted by . Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.🙏
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Josh Davis Oct 14
Denial letter from says we did not have direct damage from but pictures and 1st adjuster say otherwise but only 2nd adjuster counts. Go figure.
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Josh Davis Oct 14
After being given the run around by w/1st adjuster saying we flooded & then being reassigned to 2nd adjuster who said we did not flood to talking to the flood dept who again misled us and now we have been denied for our floors
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Melissa Oct 9
Replying to @autismfamily01
Please consider the affected area as we were/are still fighting the mess . Awaiting to see if FEMA will help and so forth , our town took so much water in such a short time.
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LaPorte CPAs Oct 9
The IRS is offering certain deadline extensions to some, but not all, victims of . For more information:
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Horizon Wealth Advisors Oct 16
Attention to all area taxpayers who live in Harris, Chambers, Jefferson, Liberty, Montgomery and Orange Counties and were impacted by Tropical Storm Imelda: the is offering you extra time to file and pay !
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SM Corridor News Oct 12
Extends Oct. 15 And Other Upcoming Deadlines, Provides Other Relief For Victims Of
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Caribbean disaster Oct 9
NOAA: The U.S. had 4 more billion-dollar weather and climate disasters since May, including , and . This brings the yearly total to 10, making 2019 the 5th
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Jeanne Oct 15
Great trainings for attorneys interested in doing pro bono work to help disaster survivors. Thanks, !
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FDIC Gov Oct 10
FDIC encourages banks to work with customers in communities affected by the recent severe weather in Texas. These efforts should be consistent with safe-and-sound banking practices and in the public interest.
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Faison Bragg Oct 16
Although the flyer lists only Cincinnati, tickets can also be purchased for SMU on October 24th & Homecoming versus Memphis on November 16th. To purchase tickets, use this link:
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Houston Partnership Oct 8
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is now offering assistance to Houston area residents affected by . Applications for FEMA Individual Assistance related to Imelda will be open until Dec. 3, 2019.
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Texas Gulf Coast SBDC Network 7h
BIG NEWS! and to Open Business Recovery Center in Orange, Texas to Help Businesses Impacted by Tropical Storm Imelda Read details here:
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Faison Bragg Oct 9
The time is now to help those in need that have been affected by Tropical Storm Imelda last month. Proceeds will go directly to the Greater Houston Community Foundation. Tickets -
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All Hands and Hearts - Smart Response Oct 15
. This is how we move ➡️. In residents are working to recover from . Strangers and neighbors are coming together to help one another.Our team is on the ground, learn how you can support: |
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All Hands and Hearts - Smart Response Oct 8
Work continues in . Our teams are helping take those first steps to from . Last weekend, we worked w/Kirbyville High School &Turning Point Church where groups mucked &gutted homes in the area. Join us:
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HurricaneRed Oct 13
I’m so ashamed that y’all had to come to Texas. It would be ok if y’all were on the coast after , but DAMN, y’all were in . All understand what I just said.
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💥 Dan p 💥📚 Oct 14
Replying to @NSA_QIL2
This is your . Also here is your man made centered on top of a Nexrad in Texas! Guess what they're doing pumping frequencies into it.
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Jerdon Enterprise, L.P. Oct 11
In the past two years, floods have plagued Houston and Southeast Texas. Learn how retention ponds can combat flooding at your business or in your neighborhood.
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