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FEMA opens disaster registration site in Harlem

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FEMA announced it will be establishing three new applicant registration sites in East Harlem and Harlem on Saturday, November, 24 for storm victims who still need to apply for federal assistance.  

The center on West 142nd Street in Harlem opened for the first time Saturday morning and there is a center on East 115th Street and 116th Street.  

FEMA is also opening more centers in New Jersey. An applicant registration site will open at the Little Egg Harbor Senior Center and at the Harvey Cedars Bible Conference Center in Harvey Cedars, NJ.

FEMA and Department of Homeland Security officials will be on-site to register applicants into FEMA's system. After applying, most people will be visited by a FEMA inspector within 7-10 days to verify damages and other losses caused by the hurricane. 

 

Harlem Applicant Registration Site Locations: 

Joseph Yancy HFDC, 140 West 142 St., New York, NY 10030. 

Colon Plaza, 55 East 115 St. Open 11/24/2012 - 12/07/2012

Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

Bonificio Cora Texidor, 3-7 East 116 St. Open 11/24/2012 - 12/07/2012

Hours: M-F 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Weekends 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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