Anne Arundel gets $1.5M for snow cleanup
Anne Arundel County's highway bureau will receive $1.5 million in federal aid to reimburse taxpayers for money spent clearing snow from last February's snowstorms.
It is part of more than $82 million that FEMA has provided for Maryland following federal disaster declarations during last year's severe winter weather.
Read more about federal aid for snowstorm clean up in Anne Arundel in The Baltimore Sun.
Washington Post editors
| February 1, 2011; 12:33 PM ET
Categories: Crime and Public Safety, Maryland
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