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Tag Archives: Federal Emergency Management Agency

Baltimore County gets some aid for Sandy damage

WASHINGTON — The Federal Emergency Management Agency is offering money to help Baltimore County repair roads and public structures damaged by Superstorm Sandy. Members of Maryland’s congressional delegation announced the Public Disaster Assistance on Thursday. It reimburses local governments for ...

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Obama declares disaster for Md., offers funding

WASHINGTON — The Federal Emergency Management Agency has announced federal disaster aid is being made available to Maryland to support state and local recovery efforts in areas affected by Superstorm Sandy. The disaster declaration by President Barack Obama announced Tuesday ...

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Real Estate Weekly: 5/4/12

Dredged material used to create recreation area A newly unveiled recreation area in Havre de Grace is giving residents more opportunities to enjoy the outdoors while providing a use for sediment dredged from nearby boating channels. The Maryland Department of Natural ...

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$1.8M in hurricane aid for St. Mary’s cleanup

WASHINGTON — The Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded $1.8 million for cleanup costs in St. Mary’s County following Hurricane Irene. Sens. Ben Cardin and Barbara Mikulski announced the grant on Tuesday. The county is one of a number across ...

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Baltimore city, county added to Maryland disaster list

Federal aid is being made available to support recovery efforts in Baltimore and Baltimore County following Hurricane Irene. The Maryland Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Tuesday that the city and county would be added to ...

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FEMA makes Irene recovery money available

WASHINGTON — The Federal Emergency Management Agency says federal aid has been made available for the state of Maryland for Hurricane Irene recovery efforts. FEMA announced Friday that federal aid will supplement state and local recovery efforts for areas affected ...

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