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2018-06-25 15:28 - News Release

ATLANTA – FEMA has approved more than $33 million to reimburse the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Department of Transportation, as well as Indian River County for debris removal expenses after Hurricane Matthew in 2016. 

2018-05-21 18:24 - News Release

ATLANTA – St. Johns County and the City of Jacksonville, will each receive a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to reimburse costs incurred for debris removal following Hurricane Matthew in October 2016. Combined, the grants total more than $2.6 million. The St. Johns County grant is for $1,464,072. The City of Jacksonville grant is for $1,161,542. Each grant amounts to at least 75 percent of the federal cost share of debris removal. The remainder will come from non-federal sources.

2018-05-07 16:34 - News Release

ATLANTA – St. Augustine, Fla. will receive $6,896,792 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to offset costs to repair and renovate 13 lift stations following damage to the city’s wastewater collection system caused by Hurricane Matthew in Oct. 2016.The nearly $7 million grant amounts to 75 percent of the project’s total cost of $9,195,723. The remainder will come from non-federal sources.

2018-04-17 13:30 - News Release

ATLANTA – St. Johns County will receive $10,315,123 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency including reimbursement for debris removal and for dredging on Treasure Beach following Hurricane Matthew.The $10 million awarded represents three grants, at a federal cost-share not less than 75 percent of the total cost of the projects. The remainder will come from non-federal sources.

2018-04-03 19:53 - News Release

ATLANTA – The City of Port Orange in Florida will receive $2,984,342 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to offset costs for debris removal following Hurricane Matthew in October 2016.The $2.9 million grant represents a federal share of the project’s total cost of $3,730,428. The remainder will come from non-federal sources.This grant is funded through FEMA’s Public Assistance Grant program which provides funding to local governments so communities can recover from major disasters or emergencies.

2018-04-03 19:40 - News Release

ATLANTA – Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. will receive $1,015,451 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to reimburse the hospital for costs associated with emergency response and protective measures for Hurricane Matthew in October 2016.The $1 million grant represents a federal share of the project’s total cost of $1,353,935. The remainder will come from non-federal sources.

2018-03-21 19:09 - News Release

ATLANTA – Martin County will receive a total $1,480,455 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to offset costs for debris removal following Hurricane Matthew in October 2016.The $1.4 million grant represents a federal share of the projects’ total cost of $1,850.569. The remainder will come from non-federal sources.

2018-03-21 19:06 - News Release

ATLANTA – Brevard County Sheriff’s Office will receive $1,337,411 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to reimburse the agency for costs associated with emergency response and protective measures for Hurricane Matthew in October 2016.The $1.3 million grant represent a federal share of the projects’ cost totaling $1,783,215. The remainder will come from non-federal sources.

2018-03-14 20:24 - News Release

ATLANTA – St. Johns County will receive $1,117,622 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to offset costs for roadway repair including the removal and replacement of damaged asphalt as well as shoulder repair after Hurricane Matthew in October 2016.The $1.1 million grant represents a federal share of the total project cost of $1,490,163. The remainder will come from non-federal sources.

2018-03-13 14:29 - News Release

ATLANTA – Jupiter Island, Fla., will receive $8,673,613 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to offset costs for repairing the beach and replacing sand lost during Hurricane Matthew in October 2016.The $8.6 million grant represents a federal share of the total project cost of $11,564,818. The remainder will come from non-federal sources.