Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey Announces $11 Million in Hurricane Sally Federal Assistance

| September 29, 2020 @ 6:00 pm

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By Alabama NewsCenter Staff

Gov. Kay Ivey on Monday announced that Hurricane Sally survivors in Baldwin, Escambia and Mobile counties have been approved for more than $11 million in federal disaster assistance in just over one week since President Donald Trump signed a major disaster declaration for Alabama.

Through Monday, Sept. 28, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved housing grants to individuals and families totaling $11,153,079.

“Hurricane Sally took a punch to our coastal areas, but thanks in part to the millions of dollars in federal assistance, the people of Alabama are moving along the road to recovery,” Ivey said. “I remain grateful to President Trump, (FEMA) Administrator (Peter) Gaynor and their teams for prioritizing the people of Alabama reeling from Hurricane Sally. We will get through this together; we have done it before and we will do it again.”

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