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FEMA Sending FDOT $123.6 Million for Hurricane Michael Expenses

This brings FEMA's total grants for the department's Hurricane Michael-related expenses to $179 million.
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DEO: $111 Million Available Through Rebuild Florida General Infrastructure Repair Program for Hurricane Michael

“Governor DeSantis’ unwavering commitment to restoring Northwest Florida communities that were impacted by Hurricane Michael remains a top priority,” said Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Sec. Dane Eagle. “This infrastructure funding will allow Panhandle communities to accelerate their recovery efforts, while simultaneously investing in critical infrastructure projects to increase regional resiliency for years to come.”
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FEMA Sending $16.4 Million to Florida in Hurricane Michael Public Assistance Grants

Funding from FEMA’s Public Assistance program will provide reimbursements to Bay County, the Florida Department of Corrections and the Family of God Baptist Church.
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FEMA Sending $2.27 Million to Lynn Haven, Power South Energy Cooperative for Hurricane Michael...

Lynn Haven is receiving $1,138,532 in reimbursement for permanent repairs to A.L. Kinsaul Park, Cain Griffin Park, James E. Rodgers Park, Leslie Porter Wayside Park, Memorial Park and the Lynn Haven Sports Complex.

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.
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Ron DeSantis: DEO Sending $111 Million to Northwest Florida for Hurricane Michael Recovery

Appearing in Panama City on Thursday, DeSantis announced the funds which come from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) program. 
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FEMA Sending $7 Million for Bay Medical Center for Hurricane Michael Repairs

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced this week that it has approved a grant of $7,019,830 for the state of Florida to reimburse the former Bay Medical Center for repairs after Hurricane Michael...
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FEMA Sending Almost $7.2 Million to Bay District Schools for Hurricane Michael Expenses

The funds reimburse the district for the cost of inspections and emergency repairs to 42 buildings throughout the system, as well as water remediation to those facilities after the storm. Previously, FEMA awarded $355,464 for these costs.
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FEMA Sending $9.2 Million to FDEM for Hurricane Michael Costs

The funds reimburse FDEM for costs associated with deploying personnel from dozens of law enforcement agencies throughout the state to assist with security, traffic control and other law enforcement functions in counties that were designated for federal disaster assistance after the storm.
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FEMA Sending $17.1 Million to Florida Government for Hurricane Michael Recovery

FDC is receiving $6,458,521 in reimbursement for the cost of responding to the disaster. This is the completion of an expedited project, initially awarded in August 2019 at 50 percent of eligible costs incurred.
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FEMA Sending $7.8 Million to Florida for Hurricane Michael Recovery

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced it has approved four projects totaling more than $7.8 million for the state of Florida to reimburse for eligible costs of permanent repairs following Hurricane Michael.

Jimmy Patronis Pushes Consumer Protection as Session Starts in Tallahassee

With this week seeing the start of the regular session of the Florida Legislature and being Consumer Protection Week, state Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Jimmy Patronis showcased his consumer protection agenda, which includes protecting Floridians from unnecessary fees, working to eliminate fraud and scams, and ensuring Florida’s insurance markets aren’t flooded with unnecessary litigation.
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