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Sevier County Updates
As of December 20th 2018, the Mountain Tough Recovery Team has fulfilled its mission of assisting Sevier County residents to get back on their feet after the wildfire on November 28th 2016.  During the process of resolving the remaining open cases, we identified some additional ongoing needs that were still present within the community.  As...
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The Sevier County Lions Club, in conjunction with Mtn. Hope Good Sheperd Clinic and the Smoky Mountains Lions Charities will be offering free eye exams and free eyeglasses to Sevier County residents who were affected by the wildfires in November of 2016.
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With a federal disaster declaration in place, Sevier County individuals and business owners who sustained losses in the wildfires, during the period of Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2016, can begin applying for assistance today by registering online at DisasterAssistance.gov or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362).
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Red Cross Service Sites to Provide Cleaning Supplies, Additional Resources to Sevier County Residents Affected by Wildfires
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Sevier County, City of Gatlinburg, Tennessee Emergency Management Agency, and Great Smoky Mountain National Park Joint News Release Release Date: December 7, 2016 Sevier County Fires Update, 12/7/16
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