Restore La. to host homeowner outreach events
BATON ROUGE - The Restore Homeowner Assistance Program will hold three public meetings next week to help homeowners affected by the August 2016 floods.
According to a news release, Restore Louisiana representatives will work one-on-one with residents to answer their questions and help complete the flood damage survey.
All meeting will run from 3 p.m.-7 p.m.
The first meeting will be at the Ascension Parish Library on Tuesday, August 1. The East Baton Rouge Parish Library will host the second meeting Wednesday, August 2. A final meeting will occur on Thursday, August 3 at the Livingston Parish Library.
Homeowners can take the survey online at restore.la.gov, by telephone at (866) 735-2001 or by visiting one of the Restore Louisiana housing assistance centers in Lafayette, Hammond, Monroe and Baton Rouge. The centers are open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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