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Oct 28, Debris Removal, Emergency Protective Measures Summary: Salt water storm surge from Hurricane Katrina in August inundated many standing trees making them vulnerable to toppling. FEMA approved funding for the removal of standing dead trees from public and private property in several bushfelling.bar Type: Second.
Mar 28, Citation: FEMAEM-FL, Sumter Electric Cooperative, Tree Trimming Reimbursement, Project Worksheet (PW) Cross-Reference: Emergency Protective Measures Summary: In anticipation of Tropical Storm Faye debris removal-related activities, the Sumter Electric Cooperative (Applicant) hired debris removal contractor crews and placed the crews in standby mode Appeal Type: Second.
Nov 13, The Applicant is appealing the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) denial of, in debris and standing tree removal costs. As explained in the enclosed analysis, I have determined that the Applicant has provided sufficient documentation to show that the debris and standing trees were Appeal Type: Second.
Jan 06, FEMA’s Initial Validation of Leaners and Hangers On July 21,the Applicant submitted the contract cost documentation for the work to remove hazardous trees and hanging limbs. FEMA personnel from the Louisiana Recovery Office (LRO) performed a validation review of the eligibility of the work and claimed bushfelling.bar Type: Second.
Jul 08, Summary: As a result of high winds and heavy rainfall from Hurricane Katrina in AugustFEMA prepared PWs 30for debris removal operations on private property in Jones County (Applicant), and PWs 76for debris removal operations on the public rights-of-way.
The Applicant requested reimbursement of 28,Appeal Type: Second. Jun 01, bushfelling.bar