News and Media: Disaster 4663

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FEMA has approved more than $2 million in federal funding to Perry County for the acquisition of properties affected by the July floods in Eastern Kentucky.
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In close coordination with Kentucky Emergency Management, FEMA and affected counties, a decision has been made to close the remaining Disaster Recovery Centers in Eastern Kentucky, but help is still available.
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Since the end of the FEMA application period on Oct. 28, the agency has approved more than $3 million to survivors of Eastern Kentucky flooding. This is in addition to the $82.1 million already approved prior to the application deadline. FEMA is still here and help is still available.
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More than three months and $164 million later, federal, commonwealth and local agencies continue to assist survivors of the Eastern Kentucky flooding.
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Kentuckians looking for help filling disaster related needs, or those who applied with FEMA and have questions about their application or appeal, still have time to visit a commonwealth-managed Multi-Agency Resource Center or FEMA Disaster Recovery Center. There is no limit to how many times survivors can visit these centers.
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Kentucky; FEMA-4663-DR

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4663-DR; Kentucky as a result of severe storms, flooding, landslides, and mudslides beginning on July 26, 2022, and continuing.