First, please take a look at this map. If you know of any streets that flooded, but are not included in blue here, please post the name of the street in the comments section on this blog:
At a special meeting held on July 14th, Alderman Heuston requested for local plumbers and tradesmen to offer their assistance, either pro-bono or deeply discounted, to the elderly and those in dire economic circumstances who have been affected by the flood. If you or someone you know may be able to help volunteer in this way, please call 311 or email resistat at somervillema.gov. We will set up a database and make sure your services are put to good use.
You could also respond to this message (which appears after the page break)
In cooperation with the City of Somerville and in pursuit of possible state/federal relief, the Somerville Chamber of Commerce is assembling a list of commercial properties and business locations which suffered negative impact (such as business interruption, electrical outage, water damage etc) as a result of the flash flooding that happened on Saturday, July 10, 2010. Please provide to firstname.lastname@example.org , subject REPORT ON FLASH FLOOD, by Friday, July 16, 2010
Contact (first and last name):
Contact email address:
Name of business/property:
Street number and address:
Nature of impact:
Estimated cost of impact:
Please feel free to circulate this notice with your commercial property and business neighbors.