SEBRING — Recovery efforts from Hurricane Irma have reached a steady but busy pace as opposed to the frenetic pace of survival right after the storm. Some services are being phased out or have a looming deadline.
The first service to end will be the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Blue Roof program. The program helps homeowners tarp their roofs with the aid of the Army Corps of Engineers. Application in person is required and can be done at the Disaster Recovery Center at 4509 George Blvd. in Sebring. The last day to apply for a blue roof is Friday. The Army Corps of Engineers will continue to tarp roofs but the application process will be done.
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