Daily Past Official Information will be posted to this section as more up to
date material is available. It is available here for reference only.
Wednesday July 5, 2000 9:00 AM SBA
Announces Closure of St. Nazianz temporary Disaster Assistance Office at noon on Friday July
8th. After Friday, loan applications and information will be available via
telephone. Physical damage claim deadline is August 4, 2000. Full
Friday, June 16 10:00 AM Clarification: SBA Temporary
Disaster Assistance Office in St. Nazianz is for anyone
in the declared disaster area of Manitowoc County and the contiguous Counties of
Brown, Calumet, Kewaunee, and Sheboygan. This assistance is available to those
with any uninsured or
under insured damages caused by the severe storms, tornadoes, and flooding that
occurred on May 12, 2000. Details.
Thursday June 15 9:00 AM Meetings previously scheduled for June
20 and June 21 by Manitowoc County Human Services have been cancelled, questions
Tuesday June 13 9:00 AM USDA Farm Service Agency announces
expanded loan program for farmers for replanting, restocking livestock, and
replacing supplies lost.
7:00 AM Waste Management will no longer be at
the St. Nazianz Firehouse. Call the Green Bay Office at 1-800-621-8884 and ask
7:00 AM Manitowoc County Human Services hours in
the silo at Miller's are now Monday 8:00 AM to noon and Thursdays from 1:00 PM
to 4:00 PM. [no official closing announcement was ever rec'd but as of August 1,
MCHS offices are only active in Manitowoc.
Thursday June 8 4:45 PM Wis. Dept of Natural Resources releases a Hail
Damage Forest Pathology Review for forest owners and managers.
Tuesday June 6 10:30 AM Catholic Social Services announces counseling
services, details available June 7 4:00PM.
9:30 AM US Small Business Administration (SBA) Declares Manitowoc County
part of a Disaster Area,
Disaster Loan Assistance Office to Open in St. Nazianz on June 8, Details
on the SBA Announcement.
For all persons interested in learning
more about options for housing replacement, housing rehabilitation and other
issues of housing. Representatives from several agencies will have information
about loan and, grant programs which may be available to households of various
income levels. 7:00 PM at
St Gregory cafeteria [changed
location 6/5 at 1PM to the] Opera House, St Nazianz. Sponsored
For additional information on the meeting for June 6, please consult attached
section below or contact Noel Ryder at 920-686-8705.
Monday June 5 1:00 PM Official change: Corrected posting
from Manitowoc County Human Services Dept., Tuesday June
6 meeting originally posted with location of St. Gregory's cafeteria, will
now be held at the Opera House in St. Nazianz.
Friday June 2 7:00 PM Lutheran Brotherhood announces "Join
Hands Day" for June 24, 2000, providing and planting trees of all types
to residents of the storm damaged area. Homeowners, please fill out
information form. Planting to be followed by public free pig roast.
11:00 AM Numerous community meetings announced by
Manitowoc County Human Services.
11:00 AM New Calendar section created
in web site to cover all recovery meetings.
Monday May 29 12:10 AM Please be advised of "Cautionary
Statement to Owners Obtaining Building Permits" provided by State of
Wisconsin to all in the affected area. Can be reviewed in the Community
Information Meeting Details June 6, 2000
A meeting will be held at the Opera House in St. Nazianz at 7:00 PM for all
persons interested in learning more about options for housing replacement,
housing rehabilitation, and other information pertaining to issues of housing
for persons affected by the May 12 Hail and Wind Storm.
A panel will be present to discuss various housing program alternatives
currently available to residents. These will include representatives of
lending institutions, WHEDA, Rural Development, Lakeshore CAP, Partners for
Community Development, and others who have information about loan and grant
programs which may be available to households of various income levels.
The meeting is also to serve as one type of community needs assessment
process to help local officials and agencies to better understand gaps in
service which may exist, and to permit these to be addressed if resources are
available. Please invite others who you are aware have been affected by
the storm, as no one information system can effectively contact people who have
been displaced as the result of this storm, particularly people working second
and third shifts.
Please contact Noel Ryder at Lakeshore CAP (686-8705) or Leon Wollersheim
(683-4894) at Manitowoc County Human Services Department if you have
any questions or suggestions in advance on items that might be addressed.