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FEMA mobile registration sites for post-Ida aid open in Ascension, for all residents in storm’s path | News – New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-09-10 15:55:00 –

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has set up a place in southeastern Louisiana to register people seeking assistance with the damage caused by Hurricane Ida.

Starting Sunday, the agency will begin the first day of the four-day mobile intake center opened in Ascension Parish.

Officials said the center is available to everyone in the area, not just Ascension.

Ascension officials added that mobile intake centers will not distribute aid or supplies.

The mobile unit will be in the following locations from 8 am to 6 pm:

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• Sunday — Lemann Center (Parking Lot), 1000 Clay St., Donaldsonville.

• Monday — Cabela’s, (parking lot), 2200 W. Cabela’s Parkway, Gonzales.

• Tuesday — Sorrento Community Center (Parking Lot), 7471 Main St., Sorrento.

• Wednesday — Paula Park, 16470 Paillette St., Prairie Building.



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