OUTAGAMIE COUNTY - Residents and businesses affected by severe storms and tornadoes earlier this month may be eligible for some help.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is now offering low-interest disaster loans.
The August 7th storms caused more than $30 million in damage to Outagamie County.
Other counties including Brown, Winnebago and Shawano were also hard hit.
The SBA loan applications offer residents a chance to repair some of the damage to their properties.
Homeowners can request up to $200 thousand dollars for property repairs.
Businesses can borrow up to $2 million.
SBA officials urge anyone who needs the help to ask for it.
"If you're a renter, don't think you can't come to us for help. If you lost all your personal property, if you were flooded out of wherever the case may be. If you own a home and you lost your belongs, come see us if you need to," said SBA customer service representative, Shery Lavelle.
Residents have until October 21st to file for the aid.
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