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Flood Victims Resource Center to Open in Croydon Tuesday

Officials from all branches of government will be hand for two days in Bristol Township to provide needed resources to those impacted by last weeks flooding .

The Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC) established at the Keystone Elementary School in Bristol Township on Tuesday (7/20) & Wednesday (7/21) from 2PM – 7PM to provide further assistance to all areas of Bensalem Township, Bristol Township, and Bristol Borough that were affected by the flood disaster last week

.This resource center is free of charge and will provide direct access to local, state, federal, and non-governmental organizations to aid in the disaster recovery process.

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Please share this message with other affected neighbors who may not have seen the disseminated information.

If you have any questions, please contact Bucks County Emergency Management at 215-340-8700 for answers about the event.

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Flood Victims Resource Center to Open in Croydon Tuesday

Officials from all branches of government will be hand for two days in Bristol Township to provide needed resources to those impacted by last weeks flooding .

The Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC) established at the Keystone Elementary School in Bristol Township on Tuesday (7/20) & Wednesday (7/21) from 2PM – 7PM to provide further assistance to all areas of Bensalem Township, Bristol Township, and Bristol Borough that were affected by the flood disaster last week

.This resource center is free of charge and will provide direct access to local, state, federal, and non-governmental organizations to aid in the disaster recovery process.

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Advertise@lowerbuckssource.net for info
Credit: Rhiannon Gomez

Please share this message with other affected neighbors who may not have seen the disseminated information.

If you have any questions, please contact Bucks County Emergency Management at 215-340-8700 for answers about the event.

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