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The Emerald Coast Utilities Authority (ECUA) was facing possibly the biggest challenge of its 25-year existence in the afterma

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To date, FEMA has allocated over $25.7 billion in federal funds to Puerto Rico, of which more than $19 billion are for permanent work.

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FEMA has approved a grant of $1,389,840 for Osceola County to upgrade the traffic signals at 14 locations and provide protection from winds up to 150 mph during future storms.

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FEMA has approved a hazard mitigation grant of $2,785,238 for the city of Panama City to examine a drainage improvement proposal for the Robinson Bayou Basin that will reduce water levels before, during and after rain events, and reduce downstream flood elevations.

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FEMA allocated over $7.2 million to the Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority (PRASA) for repairs to wastewater treatment and water pumping facilities in Humacao and Las Piedras.

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FEMA has awarded grants totaling $3,904,527 for the State of Florida to reimburse applicants for administrative costs and emergency response following Hurricane Irma in 2017.

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Luquillo, Fajardo and Naguabo are the most recent municipalities to join the over 67 recreational plazas that will be transformed with $9.7 million from FEMA.

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FEMA has approved a hazard mitigation grant of $1,612,448 for the city of Marianna to protect its Public Works building by reducing potential wind damage and ensuring the facility is operational during future power outages.

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Nov. 30th marks the official end to the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which produced 21 named storms, making it the third-most active Atlantic hurricane season on record. The severe impacts from climate change are lasting longer and stretching beyond traditional seasons. This means community preparedness efforts must be a year-round endeavor.

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FEMA has approved two hazard mitigation grants totaling more than $3.3 million to strengthen the resiliency of critical facilities in Bay and Jackson counties following Hurricane Michael.

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