What’s going on in our 25 square miles of awesome this week? Well, we thought we’d give you a quick rundown and then let you get on with your day.
There are basements to shovel mud from, neighbors who need helping hands, and of course, the business of doing business (which always needs doing). And what a rough morning.
It was announced today that the unincorporated parts of Boulder County alone have sustained over $91 million in damage from flooding. Friends, it looks like we have a long way to go to make sure our neighbors are taken care of.
Flood Debris Pickup: Starting this Thursday and continuing for the next three weeks, you can have your flood debris picked up curbside. Check out this article from The Daily Camera for the pickup schedule.
FEMA Assistance: If you’re wondering if you or someone you know is eligible for a FEMA claim for flood damage sustained, here’s a handy guide that will walk you through the process.
Help Your Neighbors: There are multiple sites sharing ways to help your neighbors. Here’s a list and there’s another one over here. I’m personally a bit of a jerk about keeping my donations and funds away from the Salvation Army because of their anti-LGBT stance, but please make your donations where you deem fit.
And in Other News – COMPOSTING: There’s a pretty cool Kickstarter project featuring 2 folks in Boulder. They’re creating an odor-free composting bin. Stop by Kickstarter and check out their project. They’ve raised over $7,000 in two days and you could get in on this awesome hometown eco-conscious project.