HUD Granting Fla. $113.2M for 2020 Disaster

Fla. and nine other states will share more than $2B in CDBG-Disaster Restoration Funds. The Fla. money is a reaction to Hurricane Sally (Sept. fourteen-28, 2020) harm.

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Division of Housing and City Development (HUD) will allocate more than $2 billion in CDBG-Disaster Restoration (CDBG-DR) and CDBG-Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) cash to 10 states (15 different big disasters) that happened in calendar 12 months 2020.

Of that money, Florida will receive $113,191,000 for harm brought on by Hurricane Sally, Sept. fourteen-Sept. 28, 2020.

The cash have a certain focus on reduced- and reasonable-profits populations. Under the funding rules, the money is to be used for: “disaster relief, extensive-expression restoration, restoration of infrastructure and housing, financial revitalization and mitigation, in the most impacted and distressed spots.”

“With these allocations, we are addressing weather justice in challenging-strike communities that can now start the course of action of making back again much

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