FEMA approves $5.6 million for reimbursement for Bay County projects
FEMA has approved nearly $5.6 million for three projects in Bay County for Florida to reimburse for emergency protective measures taken after Hurricane Michael.
Bay County is receiving $2,478,054 in reimbursement funds for actions to remove the immediate threat to public health and safety, such as taking flood fighting measures to protect the water treatment plant, as well as supporting search and rescue operations.
Bay District Schools is receiving $1,813,245 in reimbursement funds for the cost of leasing temporary classroom space to continue school operations after the 2018 hurricane.
Community Charter Academy is receiving $1,283,329 in reimbursement funds for the cost of leasing temporary classroom space to continue operations while making repairs to the permanent location as well as using moving and packing supplies to transfer equipment and supplies to the temporary locations.