State to reimburse some who lost food during Isabel

October 08, 2003

Maryland residents who lost food as a result of Isabel may be eligible for reimbursement from the state - but they must apply by tomorrow for the money.

People with serious damage to their homes may qualify for a modified food stamp program, the equivalent of a month's worth of stamps. Regular food stamp recipients in 14 of the hardest-hit counties have already received half a month's worth of food stamps.

Food stamp recipients who live in other parts of the state that weren't as severely damaged - including Baltimore - and lost food during Isabel can also apply by tomorrow for the extra half-month of food stamps. Information: 800-332- 6347.

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