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updated: 4/19/2013 6:19 PM

Hanover Park helps residents seek flood damage reimbursement

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The village of Hanover Park is assisting residents who experienced flood damage as a result of this week's severe storms.

The police department developed a process to report the damage and receive possible reimbursement for anything not covered by insurance.

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Gov. Pat Quinn declared 38 counties in the state to be disaster areas, including both Cook and DuPage counties.

Residents can pick up storm data collection questionnaires at the police station, 2011 Lake St., Hanover Park, or online at hpil.org.

Residents must return the completed form to the police station by 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 24. The department then will forward the information to the counties' Offices of Emergency Management, which will work with state and federal emergency management agencies to determine if either county is eligible for reimbursement.

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