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FEMA Sending $36 Million to Help Florida Recover From Hurricane Michael

Bay County, the former Bay Medical Center, Palm Bay Prep Academy and West Florida Electric Cooperative Association Inc. will be receiving the funds.

FEMA Sending $1.9 Million to Washington County for Hurricane Michael Recovery

With the help of more than $1.9 million from the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA), Washington County will acquire and demolish 20 repetitively flooded residential properties in Chipley and Vernon.
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FEMA Approves $30.9 Million to Help Hurricane Michael Recovery Projects in Florida

FEMA approved three grants to cover seven projects. 
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FEMA Sending $104.7 Million to Help Panhandle Recover From Hurricane Michael

The bulk of the funds--$75,138,973--will go to Washington County to help nine projects to repair roads.
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FEMA Sending Another $4.2 Million to Help Franklin County Recover From Hurricane Michael

The funds will reimburse the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for replacing 1,160 feet of asphalt on the two-lane road and rebuilding the shoulder, both of which were damaged by a nine-foot storm surge during the storm. The road also was damaged by Hurricane Hermine in 2016.
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FEMA Sending $11.4 Million to Calhoun Liberty Hospital for Hurricane Michael Recovery

The funds will reimburse the hospital for the cost of rebuilding the structure in Blountstown and hardening it to mitigate damage from future storms.
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Nikki Fried Urges Donald Trump to Declare Disaster for Hurricane Sally

While the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) issued an emergency declaration on September 16, making immediate disaster aid available, neither the president nor the U.S. Department of Agriculture have yet issued disaster declarations that make critical federal resources available for the agriculture community’s recovery.
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FEMA Sending Almost $33 Million to Florida to Reimburse Hurricane Michael Costs

More than half of the funds--$16.6 million--will go to Washington County for “permanent repairs to hurricane-damaged roadways including resurfacing, embankment washout repairs, shoulder re-works and ditch cleaning.” 
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