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Debris Removal Assistance is Still Available

 

Date: April 26, 2004
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Kim Vernall, JCC Social Services

Phone: (757) 259-3202

Email: kvernall@james-city.va.us

 

 

James City County citizens who meet income eligibility limits may apply for assistance to help remove debris left by Hurricane Isabel. Assistance includes the removal of fallen trees, trimming and cutting tree trunks and limbs, and root ball dismantling.

 

As part of the Debris Removal Assistance Program, more than $20,000 in grant funds is still available for hurricane clean-up efforts. The debris program, administered by the County's Community Services Department in partnership with the Williamsburg/James City County Community Action Agency, received the grants from the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation.

 

Eligibility will be determined based on the Energy Assistance Program criteria established by the Virginia Department of Social Services. To be eligible for assistance, applicants must meet income and resource guidelines and must reside in James City County.

 

Applications may be picked up at the James City County Social Services Division, located in the Human Services Center, 5249 Olde Towne Road, Williamsburg. For more information, contact Social Services at 259-3100.

 

 

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