Moore officials supply information on damaged neighborhoods and related services

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MOORE, Okla. — Moore officials detailed some of their plans for assisting with and restoring services to ravaged areas from last Monday’s tornado in a press conference.

Officials said Moore residents can pick up their mail at different stations, depending on the zip code.

Authorities said 85 percent of mail is being delivered in Moore and almost 95 percent of the Santa Fe delivery zone.

Kelly Cain with Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management said Governor Mary Fallin planned to sign a disaster relief bill on Friday that will provide $45 million to assist cities and towns hit by natural disasters.

Cain said the governor wanted to thank the mayor of Moore and everyone who has contributed to helping.

She said more than 3,100 people have registered for FEMA assistance and $1.4 million is being distributed to those who registered.

Cherokee Ballard with the Oklahoma Natural Gas said service has been restored to about 240 homes as of 11 a.m. Friday. She said they hope to have about another 100 restored by the end of the day.

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