Historical archive Covering the May 12, 2000 "St. Nazianz Storm" and Recovery  

St Nazianz Storm

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This page contains Official Information of Municipalities, Organizations, and Businesses in Manitowoc County  related to "Hail Storm 2000" damage and recovery.  Look to this page for official and accurate information.  


Storm damaged stain glass windows in St. John's Church at Newtonburg were repaired the second week of October 2000 by Oakbrook Esser Studios.
This storm and storm recovery portion of this site was last updated May 26, 2001.  As of July 1, 2002, the continued hosting and availability of this site is financially supported by local private business advertising.  During the winter of 2003/04 the original URL has been converted to a St. Nazianz Wisconsin community web site through which the storm coverage portion will continue to be available, though bookmarks for any pages will have to be updated to match the new URL of this storm section: http://stnazianzstorm.com.
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Many other pages on this site are unofficial and contain information provided by residents, contractors, and volunteers.  Most photos are unedited.  
New pictures continue to be posted as available in the Photos section.  
As Official Information becomes outdated or "less relevant" it is removed from this opening page and put in the Past Official Info section.

-- Happenings and tidbits --

Well, if you found us here, you realized our old address (URL) is no more, and hopefully we can stay here indefinitely!  This summer you can expect this site to shift to a general community (St. Nazianz) web in which the storm damage and recovery history section will become just another part.  The new site will contain community news, meeting schedules, and will offer email for board members.  If you have any ideas for what you'd like to see here, please let us know at  info@village.saint-nazianz.wi.us.    

As of Sept 29, 2000 we are accepting paid advertising to support expanded hosting of this site.  If your business would like to be seen on the internet and assist us in continuing to very affordably make the latest news and photos available to your potential customers, please contact the webmaster by email or telephone 920.693.3141 for details.  Your name, logo, and web page links could be here along with our current sponsors:

Koeppen Hardware & Forget-Me-Not Flowers
First National Bank - St. Nazianz
 
 

-- Official Announcements --

February 7, 2001

There will be a community Memorial Celebration on May 12, 2001 to commemorate the storm of 2000.  Everyone is invited to join with us in remembering the past and celebrating our recovery and future! <See Latest Details>.

Tuesday November 21, 2000

Community Development Block Grant details clarified in press release.

Wednesday Sept 27, 2000

State of Wisconsin has awarded Manitowoc County a Community Development Block Grant to assist in the rehabilitation of housing units damaged during the storm.  <See details of press release>.

Monday June 26

4:00 PM  Amended article from Hawkins, Ashe, Babtie and Company, LLP, relating to tax consequences of storm damage losses.  If you found the June 16 article of interest please review.

Tuesday June 20

Noon  While we previously offered a link to the Illinois Extension Disaster Resource Center, we are now getting feedback from staff on the volume and quality of materials available there for all aspects, ranging from sanitation and cleaning to financial and emotional recovery. Please check it out if you are looking for any resources or ideas.  There is also a great collection of information for educators and professionals at the Extension Disaster Education Network.

Friday June 16

9:00 AM  Helpful hints posted on tax considerations for storm related damages from Hawkins, Ashe, Babtie and Company, LLP.

Friday June 9

9:30 AM SBA announces toll free phone access to Disaster Assistance Office between 6AM and 5PM Monday through Friday.

9:00 AM  "Damage to farms in the St. Nazianz and the surrounding area may provide an impetus for farmers to improve or expand their operations".  The Wisconsin Department of Commerce offers the Dairy 2020 matching-grant program to assist in that purpose.  Further details.

Wednesday June 7

8:00 AM USDA Farm Service Agency announces 3.75% loans for farmers.  Details on FSA Loans.

Friday June 2

6:00 PM  We publish Lakeshore CAP, Inc.'s program guidelines for Home Buyer Education and Financial Assistance Program.

9:00 AM  There is a new posting from Manitowoc County Human Services, Ideas for Revitalizing and Energizing Yourself.

Ongoing Current Issues:

June 5 Posting on Contractors and Contracts from Wisconsin Dept of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection.

May 27  There is now a public St. Nazianz Storm and Recovery Discussion section of this web site, we invite your participation!

May 26 2:00 PM Manitowoc County Human Services has provided a resource directory now available on-line in this site. 

May 24  We have added a Feedback section to find out from viewers what they think about our web page, and ideas for improvement.

May 18  No residents of any the storm damaged area should do or allow any digging including stump grinding, mail box posts, or excavating, without first getting approval through Diggers Hotline at 800-242-8511.  Emergency service has been arranged for, there is no charge to residents for this service.  When calling Diggers Hotline, state that this is for the St. Nazianz wind storm.

Meteorologists are now saying the storm was not a tornado, but a "thunderstorm super cell moist micro burst"!

To review any other announcement or official statements that are now less relevant, please check out Past Official Announcements.

This is the end of Official Information at this time.

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This page was last updated on 02/21/07 11:40 AM

When you walk through a storm hold your head up high and don't be afraid of the dark.  At the end of a storm is a golden sky and the sweet silver song of a lark.  Walk on through the wind, walk on through the rain, though your dreams be tossed and blown.  Walk on, walk on, with hope in your heart and you'll never walk alone.  You'll never walk alone.

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The webmaster can not provide answers to any questions about emergency operations, 
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Pages within this site were last updated 05/26/2001 at 11:10 AM.  All information copyright 2000-2004, all rights reserved.