During May, 501 projects were approved, 426 of which were for municipalitiesGUAYNABO, Puerto Rico – FEMA and the Central Office for Recovery, Reconstruction and Resilience, or COR3, have obligated nearly $19 million in funds for 124 projects related to the recovery and reconstruction of Puerto Rico due to Hurricane María.
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GUAYNABO, Puerto Rico – Communications systems used to handle emergencies on the island as well as several Puerto Rico Police buildings will benefit from over $1.6 million in grants awarded under FEMA’s Public Assistance program. These funds will help those in uniform to continue providing vital safety services to communities.
GUAYNABO, Puerto Rico – FEMA and the Central Office for Recovery, Reconstruction and Resilience, or COR3, have obligated more than $43 million in funds for 110 projects related to the recovery and reconstruction of Puerto Rico due to Hurricane María. These funds were obligated between May 15 and 21.
During the first week of this month, assessments for cultural and environmental elements were performed for a record-breaking 420 projects
GUAYNABO, Puerto Rico – FEMA and the Central Office for Recovery, Reconstruction and Resilience, or COR3, continue moving recovery forward with more than $37 million in additional funds for 121 projects approved between May 8 and 14.As social distancing measures continue to safeguard residents, FEMA and COR3 remain focused on prioritizing obligations of funds to municipalities for eligible expenses to help communities recover from Hurricane María.
This obligation includes 50 projects for emergency work and permanent workGUAYNABO, Puerto Rico – FEMA has obligated nearly $5.4 million in funds for emergency measures and permanent work projects to repair hospitals and healthcare facilities managed by the Puerto Rico Administration of Mental Health and Anti-Addiction Services, known as ASSMCA, by its Spanish acronym.
Thirteen of the obligations are grants of over $1 million each
GUAYNABO, Puerto Rico – To date, FEMA has obligated nearly $89 million to repair and rebuild hospitals and health centers across the island. Over half of these funds are for permanent work for 258 facilities that will benefit the communities and residents they serve.
This is a record number of obligations during a single month since the onset of the disaster, which includes 458 permanent work projects for municipalities
This represents the largest funding allocation in the history of the Center