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Money Available to Germann Road Fire Victims

Updated: 08/26/2013 9:48 AM
Created: 08/26/2013 9:46 AM WDIO.com

Money is available to families and businesses that suffered damage in a northwestern Wisconsin wildfire this spring.

The Wisconsin Department of Administration has awarded Douglas County $200,000 in funding to help owner-occupied households and businesses that sustained direct damage from the Germann Road Fire happening in mid-May.

Funds will help repair the dwellings and replace damaged business equipment.

Should you need financial assistance to rebuild following damage from the Germann Road Fire, contact Sheldon Johnson at the Northwest Regional Planning Commission at 715-635-2197 or 1-800-891-3042.

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