FEMA Alabama updates
| May 18, 2011 |
Lamar and Tuscaloosa counties can now be reimbursed for permanent work, such as roads and bridges, water control plants, public buildings, utilities and parks and recreational areas.This is in addition to the debris cleanup reimbursement both counties are receiving.
This now makes 31 counties in Alabama that have been designated for this type of assistance, designated Categories C-G. Other counties are: Bibb; Blount; Calhoun; Cherokee; Choctaw; Colbert; Cullman; DeKalb; Elmore; Etowah; Fayette; Franklin; Hale; Jackson; Jefferson; Lauderdale; Lawrence; Limestone; Madison; Marengo; Marion; Marshall; Morgan; St. Clair; Sumter; Talladega; Tallapoosa; Walker; and Winston counties.
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