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The Federal Emergency Management Agency and the city of New Orleans recently announced additional Katrina-related grants totaling nearly $7 million that will directly benefit two recovery projects within the city – the Joe Brown Center in New Orleans East and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage the Municipal Yacht Harbor on the south shore of Lake Pontchartrain. 

"These federal dollars will supplement important repairs going on at Joe Brown Center and the Municipal Yacht Harbor," New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu said. "We are making progress every day and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage will continue to work with FEMA to identify new eligible funding for storm-damaged buildings and infrastructure. 

FEMA continues to be an important partner in our recovery from Hurricane Katrina.""The great thing about these grants is that they support Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage publically recognizable facilities, since both serve various recreational needs in New Orleans," said FEMA's Louisiana Recovery Office Deputy Director of Programs Andre Cadogan. 

"These are projects that, once fully complete, locals will greatly utilize and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage note as yet another sign of Louisiana's progress on her path toward full recovery." Of FEMA's latest funding, $1.7 million was provided for recently determined eligible damages at the Joe Brown Center, a popular, pre-Katrina recreational facility. 

This grant brings FEMA's total support for recovery efforts at the Joe Brown Center to $3.3 million, and it includes the following work:· Removal and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage replacement of flood-damaged sidewalks throughout the facility; countertops and millwork in the center's office; storefront entrance; doors and frames; tile floors; and· 

Repairs to moisture-damaged bleachers in the main facility area and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage to damaged windows and skylights."We know the city is excited to soon open the Joe Brown Center again for public use, and we are pleased with our steadfast recovery partnership that has led to us working side-by-side with the city to ensure all eligible FEMA dollars, such as these, are provided for such important work," added Cadogan.

FEMA's remaining funding, $5.3 million of the $7 million, was provided for the New Orleans' Municipal Yacht Harbor, a marina docking area that provides secure anchoring for both recreational and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage commercial boats. The harbor facility was significantly damaged during the storm, necessitating FEMA's current level of support, which now totals $10.1 million.

FEMA's most recent grant for the harbor captures scope of work updates and revised estimated project costs to repair the following sites at the facility: concrete piers and pile caps, finger and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage end piers, fender system, timber mooring piles, watchman's offices and restrooms, safety equipment.

Pier 9 replacement, eastern bulkhead, and the electrical and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage mechanical distribution systems to the individual boat slips.To date, FEMA has obligated approximately $6.4 billion in public assistance funding for Katrina and Rita related recovery work throughout the city of New Orleans.Editors: For more information on Louisiana disaster recovery, visit www.fema.gov/latro.

Follow FEMA online at www.twitter.com/femalro, blog.fema.gov, www.facebook.com/fema, and www.youtube.com/fema. The social media links provided are for reference only. FEMA does not endorse any non-government websites, companies or Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage applications. 

When FEMA approves projects through its supplemental Public Assistance grant, the funds are made available to the Governor's Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness, Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage who disburses them to the applicant for eligible work completed.

The Public Assistance program works with state and local officials to fund recovery measures and the rebuilding of government and certain private nonprofit organizations' buildings, as well as roads, Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage bridges and water and sewer plants. 

In order for the process to be successful, federal, state and local partners coordinate to draw up project plans, Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage fund these projects and oversee their completion.

FEMA's mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency recently announced nearly half-a-million dollars in recovery aid to a local nonprofit, Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage the Family Center of Hope, bringing the federal agency's overall Katrina and Rita recovery support for private, nonprofits within Louisiana to approximately $1.3 billion. 

"Louisiana's recovery continues to progress through joint efforts," said FEMA's Louisiana Recovery Office Deputy Director of Programs Andre Cadogan. "Nonprofits, such as the Family Center of Hope in New Orleans, are key recovery partners, Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage driving overall growth through providing essential community services to local residents." 

As a community center, The Family Center of Hope, located at 4137 Washington Avenue, offers social services, including counseling, tutoring, and conflict resolution and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage outreach programs at local schools."The Family Center of Hope is very thankful and excited to receive these funds from FEMA for the completion of our project. 

We have served this community well for more than 20 years, and we will maintain our strong partnership with the city of New Orleans and our state officials to ensure that our new facility continues to address the many social ills plaguing children and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage their families in this community," said Family Center of Hope Executive Director Patricia Watson.

During Hurricane Katrina, the community center's roof was significantly damaged, allowing rain waters to enter the facility, which caused second floor damages. Likewise, Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage approximately eight feet of floodwaters inundated and destroyed the first floor. 

As a result, the Family Center of Hope applied for and initially received both Community Block Grants and Capital Outlay Grants to fund the majority of necessary repair work.Still, there were remaining repair costs, Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage and in 2011, the Family Center of Hope became aware of their eligibility as a nonprofit to also apply for FEMA aid under the agency's Public Assistance Program. 

Their request for recovery assistance recently resulted in FEMA providing $445,377 for eligible, Katrina-related building repairs not previously funded under CBDG and COG.With remaining repairs underway, the Family Center of Hope community center will soon maintain the same capacity and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage function as it did pre-Katrina. 

It is anticipated to reopen in the summer of 2013.Editors: For more information on Louisiana disaster recovery, Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage visit www.fema.gov/latro.Follow FEMA online at www.twitter.com/femalro, blog.fema.gov, www.facebook.com/fema, and www.youtube.com/fema. The social media links provided are for reference only. 

FEMA does not endorse any non-government websites, companies or applications. When FEMA approves projects through its supplemental Public Assistance grant, the funds are made available to the Governor's Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness, Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage who disburses them to the applicant for eligible work completed.

The Public Assistance program works with state and local officials to fund recovery measures and the rebuilding of government and certain private nonprofit organizations' buildings, as well as roads, bridges and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage water and sewer plants. 

In order for the process to be successful, federal, state and local partners coordinate to draw up project plans, fund these projects and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage oversee their completion.

FEMA's mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and Carpet Cleaning After Water Damage mitigate all hazards.

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