Disaster Wrap-Up: Federal Disaster Aid To Texans Tops $88 Million For Summer Severe Storms And Flooding

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Release date: 
November 14, 2007
Release Number: 
1709-116

WACO, Texas -- Federal disaster aid distributed to Texans affected by June 16 - Aug. 3 severe storms, tornadoes and flooding has reached more than $88 million, the Governor's Division of Emergency Management (GDEM), the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced today.  As of November 12, FEMA and the SBA have approved more than $88,630,462 million in disaster aid.

  • More than 14,272 individuals and families registered with FEMA assistance for damages related to summer storms and flooding.  The deadline to register was Oct. 29.  Registrations and approved funds by designated counties are:

    Approved Funds by Designated Counties
    CountyRegistrantsApproved funds
    (Housing and ONA)
    Archer42$198,643
    Atascosa45$67,872
    Bee146$60,964
    Bell350$397,062
    Brown58$66,965
    Burnet569$1,122,024
    Cherokee326$496,532
    Comanche52$93,401
    Cooke788$3,139,682
    Coryell414$301,108
    Denton336$716,340
    Eastland296$1,731,034
    Grayson1022$2,044,444
    Guadalupe74$202,684
    Hamilton27$64,311
    Henderson110$114,252
    Hood 

 

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May 26, 2013 - 18:34
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