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FEMA has approved 7,644 households with group flood insurance policies for three years as part of federal disaster assistance after Hurricane Ian and Hurricane Nicole. more
FEMA will extend the deadline for property owners to submit responses to FEMA’s Request for  Information regarding the Multifamily Lease and Repair program.  more
These efforts have been supported by more than 4,000 responders from FEMA and other federal agencies who have been on the ground since landfall. more
December rainfall was less than half the average for this time of year throughout the St. Johns River Water Management District’s 18-county region. more
FEMA ensures survivors receive all eligible assistance while preventing duplication of federal benefits. One way the agency achieves this is to require a separate application for each disaster.   more
Homeowners and renters in many counties in Florida, including Orange, have until January 12th to apply for disaster assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. more
Study co-author and Resources for the Future fellow Yanjun "Penny" Liao said they found home prices in hurricane-ravaged areas are 5% higher on average than in unaffected ones more
When temperatures drop into the 40s or even lower, customers may turn to their heating equipment which can increase their energy usage significantly. more
The cold temperatures are a concern for various issues in Florida, from the possibility of citrus crops freezing to beloved manatees trying to stay warm. more
Hurricane Nicole’s pattern of heavy rainfall echoed that of Hurricane Ian’s and brought above-average rainfall across most of the district. more
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