FEMA: North Dakota disaster assistance at $50 million
| July 25, 2011 |
FEMA reports that more than $50 million in federal and state disaster assistance has been approved through grants and low-interest loans for North Dakotans with losses during the spring flooding. Of the $50 million, $48.1 million has been approved for individual assistance in the areas of temporary housing, essential home repairs and other assistance.
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