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Posted at 12:21 PM ET, 05/25/2010

Md. gets $4M in aid for December snow

By Washington Post editors

Leaders of the Federal Emergency Management Agency say they have committed nearly $4 million to help Maryland recover from a December 2009 snowstorm.

Maryland Emergency Management Agency Director Richard Muth said Tuesday the FEMA funds will be used to support the rebuilding of Maryland's infrastructure after the Dec. 18-20 snowstorm. State and local governments as well as certain private nonprofit groups are eligible to apply for the $3,898,000 in public assistance funds.

Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Caroline, Cecil, Charles, Harford, Howard, Kent, Montgomery, Queen Anne's and Talbot counties and Baltimore city have been designated for public assistance funding.

-- Associated Press

By Washington Post editors  | May 25, 2010; 12:21 PM ET
Categories:  Maryland, Weather  | Tags:  aid, fema, maryland, snowstorm  
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Wow Prince George's County not listed...no surprise there.

Posted by: lulu202 | May 25, 2010 2:33 PM | Report abuse

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