More FEMA grant money coming to area after Hurricane Michael

BAY COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - More FEMA money is coming to our area to help with Hurricane Michael relief.

Monday, FEMA announced nearly $670,000 to help 17 local cities and groups. It's all part of FEMA's Public Assistance Program.

The $669,789 in grants breaks down:
• City of Alford – $5,782 for repairs to signage citywide
• City of Greensboro – $4,491 for emergency protective measures
• City of Madison – $6,604 for emergency protective measures
• City of Malone – $9,719 for repairs to sewer lift station
• City of Panama City Beach – $333,435 for debris removal
• Gulf Coast Children’s Advocacy Center – $35,216 for debris removal
• Ingathering Worship Center – $7,023 for emergency protective measures
• Jackson County – $62,735 for temporary facility to relocate courthouse
• Jefferson County – $13,586 for repairs to Landfill Road
• Liberty County Sheriff’s Office – $77,884 for emergency protective measures
• Marianna First United Methodist Church – $28,900 for emergency protective measures
• Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office – $8,460 for management costs
• Taylor County – $11,777 for emergency protective measures
• Town of Altha – $4,500 for repairs to library
• Town of Wausau – $15,619 for repairs to Dalton Carter Park and George Rogers Recreation Complex
• Victory Tabernacle – $8,019 for emergency protective measures
• Walton County Sheriff’s Office – $36,039 for emergency protective measures

The grant money will go towards debris removal, emergency protective measures, temporary facilities, and permanent repairs.

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