Weare gets FEMA money to offset winter storm costs
According to Tim Redmond, director of public works and head of the highway department, Weare has received $47,095 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help offset the cost of overtime, material, equipment and vehicle use during the nor’easter. Nemo dumped more than two feet of snow on the area during its visit.
Redmond said the storm damage suffered by the town in February, including downed trees and extensive plowing, resulted in a “large amount of extra duty for Highway Department personnel, more wear and tear on town equipment and an impact on the budget.”
“The safety of the traveling public, and most importantly the residents of Weare, is one of my highest priorities,” he said.
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