published Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

North Georgia Electric Membership Corp. offering storm help

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    Sue Neal, left, walks around her tornado damaged home in Gordon County, Ga., Tuesday with her fiance, Frank Smith. A massive cleanup effort continues in the rural neighborhood nearly four miles east of Interstate 75 at Calhoun.
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The North Georgia Electric Membership Corporation is offering its support to customers who are rebuilding after the Jan. 30 tornado that struck Gordon and Bartow counties.

Those affected by the storm may visit EMC’s Calhoun office at 1128 Wall St. to privately discuss their situation with a member service specialist, according to a news release.

EMC also has distributed an information packet in those areas hardest hit by the storm. The packet includes information on how to replace important documents, such as birth certificates, drivers licenses and passports.

If your home was damaged, call the EMC help line, 706-272-7510, for assistance with reconnecting electric service.

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