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Guidance for helping Title IV participants affected by Hurricane Fran in Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia and Hurricane Hortense in Puerto Rico, as of October 2, 1996.

PublicationDate: 10/18/96
Summary: Guidance for helping Title IV
participants affected by Hurricane Fran in Maryland, North Carolina,
Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia and Hurricane Hortense in
Puerto Rico, as of October 2, 1996.
Author: PDD - Policy Development Division/PTAS


Posted October 18, 1996

Updates to Dear Colleague Letter dated September 1996
GEN-96-18, 96-L-190, 96-G-292 -- Guidance for helping Title IV
participants affected by Hurricane Fran in Maryland, North Carolina,
Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia and Hurricane Hortense in
Puerto Rico, as of October 2, 1996.



Maryland

No additions


North Carolina

Buncombe, Caswell, Pitt, Scotland, Martin, Randolph,
Hertford, Hyde, and Rockingham


Pennsylvania

Cumberland


Puerto Rico

Adjuntas, Arecibo, Aguada, Barranquitas, Guayanilla, Jayuya,
Lares, Orocovis, Penuelas, Rincon, Utuado, Yauco, Anasco,
Aguadilla, Cabo Rojo, Camuy, Florida, Isabela, Maricao,
Mayagues, Moca, San German, San Sebastian, Vega Baja,
Aibonito, Cidra, Comerio, Dorado, Vega Alta, Las Marias,
Augas Buenas, Barceloneta, Caguas, Ciales, Corozal, Humacao,
Juncos, Morovis, Naguabo, Naranjito, Patillas, Toa Alta,
Catano, Guanica, Hatillo, Juana Diaz, Manati, and Trujillo Alto


Virginia

Highland, Charlotte, Culpeper, Stafford, Lexington (City),
Lynchburg (City), Alleghany, Greene, Henry, Montgomery,
Bedford (City), Buena Vista (City), Emporia (City), Amherst,
Appomattox, Brunswick, Campbell, Greensville, Louisa,
Lunenberg, Prince Edward, Roanoke, Fauquier, Franklin,
Frederick, Orange, Albemarle, Charlottesville (City),
Westmoreland, Botetourt, Cumberland


West Virginia

No additions

Last Modified: 08/16/1999