Gov. Rell to appeal denied storm aid

Connecticut homeowners say they're more than frustrated with President Barack Obama's decision to deny aid to individuals and businesses affected by a nor'easter back in

STAMFORD - Connecticut homeowners say they're more than frustrated with President Barack Obama's decision to deny aid to individuals and businesses affected by a nor'easter back in March.

Gov. Jodi Rell says the storm damaged more than 1,300 homes, totaling more than $5 million worth of damage.

Residents say they're hoping Rell can successfully appeal Obama's decision and finally begin to move on with their lives.

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