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Three More Counties Eligible for Public Assistance after Pearl River Flooding

Canton, MS – Three additional Mississippi counties are now eligible for federal disaster assistance under FEMA’s Public Assistance (PA) program.

A public notice is now available that addresses the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) intention to reimburse eligible applicants for costs to repair or replace facilities damaged by severe storms, flooding and mudslides occurring February 10, 2020 through February18, 2020 in Mississippi under disaster declaration DR-4538-MS.

Department of Transportation Receives More Than $2.9 Million

July 1, 2020

DR-4393-NC NR 218

Media Contact: 919-990-4090

 

News Release

Department of Transportation Receives More Than $2.9 Million

Brings Total to more than $40 Million to NCDOT for Hurricane Florence Expenses

FEMA Awards Miami-Dade County More Than $1 Million to Retrofit Public Housing Site After Hurricane Irma

ORLANDO, Fla. – FEMA has approved $1,052,372 for the State of Florida to help Miami-Dade County defray the costs of retrofitting the Palm Court public housing building to resist wind damage in future storms.

FEMA approves $3.9 million in Hurricane Michael Public Assistance grants

PANAMA CITY, Fla. FEMA has approved three projects totaling more than $3.9 million for the State of Florida to reimburse two local governments and one state agency for Hurricane Michael recovery work.

 

These grants include:

¿Tiene suficiente cobertura de seguro para su casa?

NASHVILLE – Usted compró su casa hace siete años y ha pagado la prima del seguro de propietario cada año. Un tornado ocasiona extensos daños y, al planificar las reparaciones necesarias, usted se da cuenta de que su comunidad actualizó los requisitos del código de edificación después de que usted compró su casa. ¿Cubrirá su póliza de seguro los gastos necesarios para cumplir con los nuevos requisitos?

Usted se podría sorprender.

Do You Have Enough Insurance on Your Home?

NASHVILLE – You bought your home seven years ago and have paid your homeowners insurance premium each year. A tornado causes extensive damage and as you plan to make repairs you discover that your community has updated its building code requirements since you bought the home. Will your insurance policy cover the cost of meeting the new requirements?

You might be surprised.

El Estado y FEMA Continúan con las Labores de Recuperación en Tennessee por las Tormentas de Abril

NASHVILLE – La fecha límite para las solicitudes de personas individuales y familias para la asistencia por desastre de FEMA ha pasado, pero las labores de recuperación continúan en Tennessee tras los tornados del 12-13 de abril.

Los sobrevivientes en los condados de Bradley y Hamilton que se inscribieron con FEMA pueden comprobar el estado de sus solicitudes, hacer preguntas, y obtener información de varias maneras:

State, FEMA Continue Working on Tennessee Recovery from April Storms

NASHVILLE – The deadline for individuals and households to apply for FEMA disaster assistance has passed, but work continues on Tennessee’s recovery from the April 12-13 tornadoes.

Survivors in Bradley and Hamilton counties who registered with FEMA can check the status of their applications, ask questions and get information in several ways:

Fact Sheet: FEMA May Help April 13 Storms Survivors with Generator Costs

  • April 13 storm survivors who applied for FEMA help may receive grants for generator costs.
  • The applicant’s registered dwelling must be their primary residence and located in Aiken, Barnwell, Berkeley, Colleton, Hampton, Marlboro, Oconee, Orangeburg or Pickens county.

Survivors Who Owned a Generator Prior to the April 13 Storms

One Week Remains to Apply for Disaster Assistance

COLUMBIA, S.C. – One week remains for South Carolina homeowners, renters and businesses to apply for federal disaster assistance if they had property damage or losses caused by the April 13 storms.

The deadline to register for assistance from FEMA and to apply for low-interest disaster loans from the
U.S. Small Business Administration is Tuesday, June 30.

To date, more than $7.5 million in federal disaster assistance has been approved for April 13 storm survivors. This includes FEMA grants and low-interest disaster loans from the SBA.