Representatives from multiple New York State agencies will hold and open house tomorrow for residents and business owners affected by the recent flooding. The open house will be at the Sampson State Park Office Building off Route 96A in Romulus.
State officials say they are still compiling the list of agencies that will be attending the open house, but the event is intended as a one stop shop for residents and business owners can come and talk directly with representatives from state agencies on any issues ranging from insurance issues to permitting and more.
More details will be released soon.
The open house will be August 30th from noon to 8pm at Sampson State Park at 6096 Route 96A in Romulus.
Clean-up and recovery efforts are continuing in Southern Seneca County.
Lodi was one of the hardest hit by flash flooding, as photos and video show homes, cars and even roads swept away. Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued a state of emergency for 14 counties and witnessed some of the damage himself near Lodi Point, where 50 people were trapped by flooding at one point.
The National Weather Service says some areas received up to 9 inches of rain in a span of several hours.