FEMA Grant Helps Restore New Orleans'...

FEMA Grant Helps Restore New Orleans' Katrina-Damaged Archives

There are 1 comment on the Federal Emergency Management Agency story from Feb 3, 2012, titled FEMA Grant Helps Restore New Orleans' Katrina-Damaged Archives. In it, Federal Emergency Management Agency reports that:

The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced today approximately $1.7 million in public assistance funding to restore New Orleans Notarial Archives' book volumes and historical records damaged during Hurricane Katrina.

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Rick Lutz

Skaneateles, NY

#1 Mar 30, 2012
I am a stuggling former vietnem era vet from the Finger Lakes region of NY State and am moving to the New Orlean/Metarie/Kenner area to find work. Are there any grants for me for a FEMA house if I do the fixing up? Thank You

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