Cayuga County seeks public’s help with documenting July 1 storm damage

The Cayuga County Office of Emergency Services is seeking the public’s help to document flooding damage from the July 1 storm that hit the southern end of the county with particular ferocity.

Niel Rivenburgh, deputy director of the office, said the state Office of Emergency Management from the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services began conducting a public assistance assessment Tuesday and will be in the area until at least Sunday. The state plans to conduct individual assessments for homeowners, small businesses and the like sometime Thursday or Friday.

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