Connecticut Requests FEMA Help In Dealing With Crumbling Foundations

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Gov. Dan Malloy wants to manage damage assessment of 34,130 homes with possibly crumbling or collapsed foundations

November 04, 2016

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Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy has requested that the Federal Emergency Management Agency create a field office in northeastern Connecticut to manage damage assessment of 34,130 homes with possibly crumbling or collapsed foundations. Impacted homes are within a 20 mile radius of a quarry from which concrete that included a naturally occurring mineral that degrades concrete was produced. The governor is asking FEMA to consider the issue a natural disaster.

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