US has repaid Miami-Dade less than $1 million for Irma work
Written by Miami Today on May 21, 2019
More than 20 months after Hurricane Irma tore into Miami-Dade, the county has spent more than $275 million of its estimated $357 million Irma-related outlays yet has been repaid less than $1 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Mayor Carlos Giménez, in a Friday memo to commissioners, said that as of April 30 the county had undertaken 240 distinct Irma recovery projects, and “as FEMA continues its review process, estimate and cost share allocations may change.”
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