Little Falls residents clean up again after flooding

LITTLE FALLS - Many homeowners in Little Falls say they are tired of cleaning up the mess that floodwaters have left behind.

Gail Corbosiero told News 12 New Jersey that her home has been identified by FEMA as eligible for funding under the Severe Repetitive Loss Program. Town officials say the funding would go toward elevating the homes to get them out of harm's way.

Corbosiero says she's applying for the program, but has concerns. Several homes identified three years ago still haven't been touched.

Homeowners eligible for funding this time around have to have their applications signed by this Friday, April 22.

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