Deal: FEMA grants public assistance to 10 counties

NEWS RELEASE

Gov. Nathan Deal today received notice from the White House and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that an additional 10 counties impacted by the severe weather on January 21 and 22 have been approved for public assistance.

The 10 counties include:
Appling
Berrien
Brantley
Bulloch
Echols
Lowndes
Randolph
Tattnall
Upson
Ware

“Georgia has received significant assistance from President Trump, FEMA, the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency, and our state and local partners,” said Deal. “I am thankful not only for the immediate attention we have received from these individuals but also for the dedication and hard work of everyone involved as we work together to rebuild and recuperate these local communities.”

For more information on damage assessments, contact Catherine Howden at Catherine.howden@gema.ga.gov.

(SOURCE: GA GOVERNOR’S OFFICE)

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