Disaster Assistance

FEMA opens disaster recovery center in Oakland County to help residents affected by June storms – The Oakland Press

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has opened a disaster recovery center in Southfield to help tenants, landlords and business owners affected by severe storms and floods from June 25-26. Thousands of residents of southeast Michigan were negatively affected by these storms which resulted in widespread flooding and property damage. …

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government of Oregon. seeks disaster relief for salmon industry | State News

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SBA Provides Disaster Assistance To Businesses And Residents Of Monongalia Co. Affected By July Flood

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Businesses and residents of West Virginia affected by flooding on July 29, 2021 can apply for low-interest disaster loans with the US Small Business Administration, announced today hui the administrator of the SBA, Isabella Casillas Guzman. According to the Morgantown region partnershipAdministrator Guzman made the loans available …

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Small Business Administration: Changes to the Disaster Loan Program

B-333569 September 27, 2021 The Honorable Ben CardinPresidentThe Honorable Rand Paul Ranking MemberSmall Business and Entrepreneurship CommitteeUnited States Senate The Honorable Nydia M. VelázquezPresidentThe Honorable Blaine LuetkemeyerRanking MemberSmall Business CommitteeHouse of Representatives Topic: Small Business Administration: Changes to the Disaster Loan Program In accordance with Section 801 (a) (2) (A) …

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Federal aid is insufficient for southwest Louisiana

LAKE CHARLES, Louisiana (AP) – Leaders in Southwest Louisiana say Congress-approved disaster assistance will be insufficient to address continuing housing crisis and other needs caused by Hurricane Laura , which hit the region over a year ago. Billions of dollars in federal disaster assistance were included in legislation passed by …

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Resources for companies hard hit by Ida

Wednesday marks a month since Hurricane Ida made landfall as a catastrophic Category 4 storm. Many local businesses are still struggling to reopen. Jerry Bologna, president and CEO of JEDCO, says lack of electricity, the internet and extensive damage to buildings are preventing some businesses from closing. Staff shortages and …

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READING: SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman Visits Brooklyn With House Small Business … | Your money

Washington, September 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman, head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, visited Kings County, New York on Saturday, September 25, visiting parts of MP Nydia Velázquez district affected by both the COVID-19 pandemic and Hurricane Ida. Administrator Guzman spent the day traveling parts …

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Middlesex Borough: Weekly Message from Mayor Madden: Federal Disaster Assistance for Flood Victims

Damage to electrical components, appliances, gas appliances, generators, heating, plumbing related components, appliances, etc., resulting in loss of function. Structural instability of the interior such as floors, walls and ceilings. Problems with water supply, including irrigation systems, well systems, etc. FEMA funding can also be applied to the purchase of …

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Press release | Press releases | Writing

09.21.21 WASHINGTON – US Senator Bill Cassidy, MD (R-LA) today delivered a speech to the Senate, renewing his calls for additional disaster relief in the wake of Hurricane Ida. He also spoke about the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), which is set to expire as he rolls out a new …

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Forced out ? FEMA has answers | Lifestyles

You asked: Is FEMA assistance available if I am evicted from my storm damaged home? Renters in Louisiana who are at risk of eviction or who have been evicted from their storm-damaged home or apartment complex, whether or not their home was damaged, may be eligible for Housing Assistance. FEMA …

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Hurricane Ida SBA Disaster Assistance Webinar

Hurricane Ida SBA Disaster Assistance Webinar If you missed the first SBA Disaster Assistance webinar, here’s your chance to join us and get the information you need to apply. ASB Assistance. Low-interest federal disaster loans now available to businesses and residents of Louisiana following President Biden’s declaration of major disaster, …

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Hurricane Ida | FEMA.gov

Request help Housing assistance Safety tips after the storm Resources for affected areas Clean, repair and rebuild Rumors and scams Media Toolkit Press releases and fact sheets We continue to work with federal, state, local, tribal and community partners to support Ida’s continued response. As cleanup efforts begin in several …

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FEMA Warns of Middle Tennessee Flood Scams

JACKSON, Tenn. – The Federal Emergency Management Agency shares tips on how to avoid getting scammed and how victims of recent flooding can apply for financial assistance. “This representative is going to tell you all about your right to privacy, so if he doesn’t read you a lengthy legal privacy …

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Infrastructure provides stand-alone edge solutions – GCN

Infrastructure provides autonomous edge solutions By Stéphanie Kanowitz August 10, 2021 The Texas Military Department (TMD) Camp Mabry in Austin is testing new technology that promotes the development of autonomous solutions at the edge. The Public Infrastructure Network Node (PINN), built by distributed edge computing platform provider EDJX in partnership …

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20210809 Governor Ron DeSantis announces record disaster recovery funding distributed by FDEM since administration began

08/09/2021 Governor Ron DeSantis announces record disaster recovery funding distributed by FDEM since administration began Over $ 5 billion in funding to help local communities recover from recent disasters PANAMA CITY, Florida. – Today, at an event in Panama City highlighting the recovery from Hurricane Michael, Governor Ron DeSantis announced …

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8 effective ways to help disaster victims

Those struck by a natural disaster end up facing reality once the dust settles and the damage has been done. Survivors of natural disasters deserve help both locally and globally to help them cope and move forward. Following a natural disaster or severe weather event, entire cities can be displaced, …

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When the need arose, oxygen providers stepped up

As the COVID-19 pandemic began to recede in the United States this year, Americans have seen other countries without available vaccines buckle under the pressure of rising infection rates and deaths. And when the world ran out of air, providers of respiratory and oxygen care stepped up. The biggest increase …

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No flood insurance? Here’s how to get help

NIAGARA FALLS (WKBW) – Heavy rains have caused extensive flooding at the home of Matthew Semsel and Christina Church in Niagara County. “He went through the backyard, onto the back patio and rushed through all the doors,” Semsel said. Normal home insurance does not cover “God’s cases”, for natural floods …

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FEMA Announces $ 700 Million in Risk Mitigation Selections

WASHINGTON FEMA has selected the sub-applications for the $ 700 million made available in FY2020 (FY20) for the Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) and Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) grant programs. These competitive programs provide funding to states, tribes, territories and local governments for qualifying mitigation activities to strengthen our …

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20210630 Governor DeSantis and First Lady launch SurfsideStrength.com to provide support for survivors, families and first responders

06/30/2021 ~ Website connects survivors, families and first responders affected by the Surfside Building collapse with resources ~ Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced that federal, state, local, private sector and nonprofit partners have come together to create SurfsideStrength.com, a platform for emotional support and assistance for survivors , families, first …

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Application period opens July 1 for $ 79.6 million disaster relief program for poultry and livestock, plasticulture and forestry producers – Neuse News

RALEIGH – The North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services received a block grant of $ 79.6 million USDA to help growers and forest owners in 90 counties that suffered losses in 2018 -2019 because of hurricanes Florence, Michael and Dorian. The application period runs from July 1 to …

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$ 79.6 Million Disaster Relief Program Announced |

RALEIGH – The North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA & CS) announced it has received a block grant of US $ 79.6 million to help producers and forest owners who have suffered losses in 2018-2019 because of hurricanes Florence, Michael and Dorian. The application period runs from …

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