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Governor Malloy’s Fact Sheet – Storm Sandy Disaster Assistance

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Governor Dannel P. Malloy today released a useful fact sheet for Connecticut residents seeking information on how to apply for federal disaster assistance resulting from Storm Sandy. The fact sheet provides step-by-step details on how the FEMA application process works and can be downloaded at www.ct.gov/sandy. “Right now, one of our top priorities following Storm Sandy is to help individuals ... Read More »

11/03/2012 – Telephone Briefing

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As night begins to fall, it is necessary for the Old Saybrook Office of Emergency Management to communicate several important messages to you. After sheltering more than 350 people and establishing a recovery center that handed out 14,000 LBS of Ice, 7 pallets of water, 3 pallets of meals ready to eat, fed hundreds each day, filled countless water buckets, ... Read More »

11/02/2012 – Telephone Briefing

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As the fourth day of recovery from storm Sandy comes to a close, it is necessary for the Old Saybrook Office of Emergency Management to communicate several important messages to you. 99 % of all roads in the Town of Old Saybrook are now passable. The Old Saybrook Senior High School continues to serve as a recovery center for our ... Read More »

Individual Assistance – Program Cheat Sheet

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ELIGIBLE COUNTIES • Fairfield • New Haven • Middlesex • New London (See below for list of towns by county) HOW TO APPLY Telephone: Call (800) 621-3362 Call TTY (800) 462-7585 for people with speech or hearing disabilities. Online www.disasterassistance.gov DISASTER RECOVERY CENTERS (DRC): DRCS will be opened in conjunction with FEMA – locations and dates to be announced. Purpose: ... Read More »

11/01/2012 – Telephone Briefing

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As the third day of recovery from Storm Sandy comes to a close, it is necessary for the Old Saybrook Office of Emergency Management to communicate several important messages to you. We are pleased to report significant progress with road clearing and debris removal. The Old Saybrook Senior High School continues to serve as a Recovery Center for our community. ... Read More »

Old Saybrook Update from CL&P

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To speed the process of restoring service to customers, CL&P has contracted with private electricians (approximately 500) to reattach the service entrance cable to customer’s homes. The cable is customer owned, connecting the service wire to the meter box. The electricians are being deployed in advance of when line crews arrive in local neighborhoods to ensure homes are ready to ... Read More »

Power Outage Message from OSFD

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The Old Saybrook Fire Department Rapid Intervention Team just responded to a condominium complex fire in the Flanders section of East Lyme. It is very important for people who have been without power to turn off any appliances they may have been using when the power went out. This may include your toaster, stove, iron, or any other appliance that ... Read More »

Message from the Old Saybrook Fire Chief

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The Old Saybrook Fire Dept appreciates and is humbled by all of the compliments and well wishes that you have communicated to us. We need to explain that the Fire Dept is one part of a larger Old Saybrook Town Government that comes together for disasters and major emergencies. When First Selectman Carl Fortuna signed the Emergency Declaration it set ... Read More »

10-31-2012 Telephone Briefing

Old Saybrook Office of Emergency Management

As we continue to recover from Storm Sandy, the Town of Old Saybrook needs to communicate the following emergency messages to our residents. The message will be long, yet very informative. The Recovery Center at the High School remains open. Those citizens without water due to a loss of power may obtain drinking water at the Old Saybrook High School. ... Read More »