FEMA sending more reimbursements to the panhandle

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FEMA Reimbursement

BAY COUNTY, Fla. (WMBB) – FEMA announced plans to the office of Senator Marco Rubio on Monday to send additional reimbursements for Hurricane Michael recovery.

According to Sen. Rubio’s office, FEMA will be reimbursing $3.2 million to Christ Church for building replacement, $1.1 million to the City of Springfield for debris removal, and $4 million to the Florida National Guard for emergency protective measures performed all as a result of Hurricane Michael.

“I am committed to continuing to assist our Florida Panhandle communities that are still struggling to recover from Hurricane Michael’s devastation, and I welcome these much needed funds from FEMA,” Sen. Rubio said.

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