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Tenants of Drumanard property owe Kentucky Transportation Cabinet more than $14,000 in back rent, according to documents and interviews.
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The payment from FEMA's Public Assistance Grant Program was announced Tuesday as President Obama toured the site of the March 22 Oso mudslide.
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Buildings and trees remain toppled at the Mt. Index Riversites, where a landslide closed off access to the community several weeks before the Oso landslide.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved disaster aid for 19 Indiana counties hit by a January storm that brought paralyzing snow and frigid readings.
An electric cooperative in western South Dakota is getting more than $20 million to help cover damages caused by an early October blizzard.
Grand Electric Cooperative has been awarded more than $20 million for damages caused by the October, 2013, blizzard.
Toms River will receive a federal grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency in the amount of $1,027,809.89, U.S. Rep. Jon Runyan, R-Ocean, Burlington, has announced.
A big backyard, fruit trees, hardwood floors, brick walkway, a friendly neighborhood and visions of raising a family first attracted Cynthia Newton to buy her home in the North Shoreview neighborhood of San Mateo in 1996.
The state of Texas will have to pay for damage from December's ice storm out of pocket.
Elected officials are promising to fight for the region's fair share of federal relief dollars amidst a report that upwards of $1 billion in the remaining rebuilding funding could be spent on disasters other than Hurricane Sandy.
Earlier this month, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection announced the recipients of the first hazard-mitigation elevation grants.
Some Rhode Island residents are seeking federal grant money to help pay for elevating their homes to reduce the risk of flooding - and avoid spikes in flood insurance rates.
Norwalk residents with Hurricane Sandy recovery needs that were not met by homeowner, renter and/or flood insurance, or federal loans can now receive aid from the Sandy Relief Fund.
Changes in flood-insurance laws may help assuage some anxieties faced by Palo Alto homeowners, as the federal Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014 amends policies that forced many homeowners to pay skyrocketing premiums.