News and Media: Disaster 4563

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FEMA and the State of Alabama have approved $29,636,980 to reimburse Baldwin County for debris removal after Hurricane Sally.
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FEMA and the State of Alabama have approved $21,710,458 to reimburse Baldwin County for debris removal after Hurricane Sally.
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The funds reimburse the city for expenses removing 547,885 cubic yards of vegetative debris, 7,058 hazardous limbs and 374 trees from public roads, property, and rights of way throughout the city.
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FEMA and the State of Alabama have approved $6,681,233 to reimburse the City of Orange Beach for debris removal after Hurricane Sally.
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Montgomery, Ala. – More than $260 million in federal grants, loans and flood insurance program claims has been approved for residents and businesses since Hurricane Sally made landfall in Alabama two months ago.

Nearly $77 million of that amount has come in the form of grants to hurricane-impacted homeowners and renters to help pay for rent, temporary housing and repairs to a primary residence, as well as other disaster-related needs.

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Alabama; FEMA-4563-DR

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4563-DR; Alabama as a result of Hurricane Sally beginning on September 14, 2020, and continuing.

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Alabama State & Local Resources (DR-4563)