News and Media: Disaster 4720

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency will be sending more than $22 million to the State of Vermont to reimburse it for the cost of debris removal and measures taken to stabilize state office buildings following the July 2023 storms and flooding.
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Cambridge, VT redesigned a flood-prone bridge with FEMA and state grants, solving a human-caused problem.
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In Brandon, Vermont, catastrophic floods have hit the town’s residents from the time of its founding – until they used FEMA funding after Tropical Storm Irene to build a $2.5 million culvert. This July, when severe storms rolled across Vermont, that decision proved its worth: downtown didn’t flood.
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FEMA and the state of Vermont have found housing for everyone who was eligible for a planned manufactured housing community in Montpelier. As a result, that site is no longer needed.
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After a disaster like July’s storms, it’s normal to feel stressed, anxious or overwhelmed. Here are some resources that can help.
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Vermont; FEMA-4720-DR

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4720-DR; Vermont as a result of severe storms and flooding during the period of July 7, 2023, and continuing.