In news with Kaitlin Moore, the Small Business Administration disaster assistance program is in town offering federal aid to those who are recovering from June’s storms.
Starting this week through August 17th, representatives of the disaster loan outreach program will help individuals complete applications and explain the process.
Businesses may borrow up to 2 million dollars, homeowners 200,000 dollars and renters 40,000 dollars.
While the assistance center will operate through August 17th, the filing deadline to submit applications for property damage is September 25th.
Gary Colton, SBA Disaster Assistance says, “A lot of times you don’t really know how much damage you had until you get into really rebuilding or repairing and you find out that the damage is deeper than they thought and takes more money.”
Colton and his team has set up shop on the second floor of the Edd B. Keyes building from 8 am to 5 pm through August 17th offering assistance to those in need.
One woman is recovering after she is sent to the hospital following a three car collision on South Bryant.
Police say a driver in a Chrysler was trying to make a left turn and collided with a gray Nissan at the Avenue Q intersection.
The impact sent the cars into a third vehicle.
A woman in the Chrysler went to a hospital with minor injuries.
A dog in the Chrysler named “T-bone” also received minor injuries.
The city of San Angelo has made some changes to the weeks schedule at the McNease Convention Center.
At the Convention Center Monday afternoon workers were fixing the roof after some water damage during the morning’s rainstorm.
They also mopped up a wet carpet in the City Council Chambers and will be replacing a number of ceiling tiles.
Because of the water damage, the City Council meeting will be held at city hall beginning at 5:30 Tuesday.