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Local governments will seek assistance
Local governments intend to apply for federal assistance to clean-up after the 2009 ice storm, according to Marion County Judge-Executive John G. Mattingly.
The Federal Emergency Management Administration could provide payments of up to 75 percent of the costs of removing debris from public areas and emergency measures to save lives, according to the FEMA website. Likewise, FEMA may pay up to 75 percent for hazard mitigation projects intended to prevent or reduce long-term risks to life and property.
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