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Boulder Flooding Assistance

September 16th, 2013 9:52 AM by Taydus Taydus

The cleanup has already started and Boulder will be okay. So many people have been affected by the flooding - it will definitely take longer for some to recover. But this is a strong community, and I am confident we will rebuild better than before. Positive energy, and prayers for strength and courage for all of those waking up this morning that are starting the long process of putting the pieces back together, and many, MANY thanks to the rescue workers and clean up crews that continue to work around the clock to make it all happen.

?Here is some useful information that was recently passed along to me.  If you are in need of assistance, you may find this useful:

CARPET AND FLOORING:

I coached baseball at Fairview HS with Mark Henneman.  He runs the carpet mill outlet store in Thornton.  All the carpet in our house came from him and he is someone I trust completely to take care of you.  They should have everything you need as far as carpet is concerned – and other flooring too.  He will obviously take care of installation, etc.  Please make sure you send this email to anyone you know that needs to get carpet ordered and installed from the flood.  Make sure that they contact me or Mark Henneman and say that I connected them. 

1.  You can go to the store on Monday/Tuesday and make sure they have what you need or in my case – I will send Kim to pick out later.

2.  He is coming to Boulder area on Tuesday/Wednesday to take measurements.  His info is below.

Mark Henneman

Carpet Mill Outlet – Thornton. NE Corner 120th and Colorado Blvd. King Soopers next door.

3817 E. 120th Ave

Thornton, CO 80233

(303) 450-9312

CLEAN UP CREW.

We are forming crews to start 1st thing tomorrow morning to help with the clean up. They will be going around town with trucks, pumps, shop vacs & trailers. We will be working on time & materials. If you know anyone that needs help, have them call me.

Elton Randall

Eltonrconstruction@gmail.com

3038755378

FEMA

If you have any damage to your home or property please take a few minutes and register with FEMA here http://www.disasterassistance.gov/ - Just FYI, the FEMA website will ask for your gross annual income and your Social Security numbers.
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