A building expert will gradually evaluate almost 100 homes in the villages of Bogdan, Karavelovo, and Slatina over the following days, devastated by the floods that occurred early this month. The poll results will be used to determine whether the properties should be repaired or demolished. It is necessary to act according to the property owner’s choice. They will decide whether their house should be repaired or demolished. If the building cannot be restored, as determined by the specialists, the Municipality will assist in setting up the paperwork and its actual disposal. Basic building supplies will be provided to homeowners whose houses can be repaired.
The Social Aid Agency has started paying out one-time social assistance for BGN 375 (EUR 191). The victims can receive the money because it was sent to the appropriate post offices or deposited via bank transfer. The Agency reminds those who have endured hardship but have not yet requested aid that they may still send their request via letter, email, or in person.
The water restoration is still underway in the villages affected by recent floods. The water supplies of village Slatina has successfully restored. Frequent failures. Frequent failures in the remaining water delivery network delay the work of the water supply teams. In the village of Karavelovo, the water supplies once again got sabotaged even though it was repaired just a few days ago.
Due to the floods, the water in the Karlovo municipality is still unsafe for drinking and cooking, although the data indicate that its indications are gradually improving. The floods caused enormous damage to the villages of Bogdon and Karavelovo, but it’s a relief to hear that there are no casualties or severe injuries in the affected areas. The villages were cut off from the outer world, but now things are coming back to normal, and it is expected that the recovery process will be completed soon, so people once again live everyday life with their families.