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NOLA: City Receives $9.5 M Emergency Rental Assistance Allocation

CITY RECEIVES $9.5 M EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE ALLOCATION; RECOGNIZED AS HIGH-PERFORMING GRANTEE NEW ORLEANS — This week, the City of New Orleans received an additional funding allocation in the amount of $9.5 million from The U.S. Department of the Treasury to support renters and landlords during the COVID-19 pandemic, through the Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) program. The City was also recognized as a high-performing government grantee because of the success in expending…

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GOHSEP SitRep Hurricane Ida and Tropical Storm Nicholas 9.16.21

GOHSEP Daily Brief September 16, 2021 As of 4:00 p.m. State EOC Activation Level: Level I (Full Activation) WebEOC Incident: 21-018 TC Ida – Statewide – August │ State Declaration Number: 165 JBE 2021 WebEOC Incident: 21-018 TC Nicholas – Statewide – Sept │ State Declaration Number: 173 JBE 2021 SITUATION:  Hurricane Ida made landfall along the southeastern coast of Louisiana near…

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FEMA Expands Effort to Reach Ida Survivors

Sept. 16, 2021 DR-4611-LA NR-007 News Release FEMA Expands Effort to Reach Ida Survivors BATON ROUGE, La. – Several small, temporary FEMA disaster recovery centers have opened in hurricane-affected areas, while FEMA teams go door to door in communities– a combined effort by the state and FEMA to continue to reach survivors in need. Specialists…

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GOHSEP Daily Brief – September 15, 2021

GOHSEP Daily Brief  September 15, 2021  As of 4:00 p.m.  State EOC Activation Level: Level I (Full Activation)  WebEOC Incident: 21-018 TC Ida – Statewide – August │ State Declaration Number: 165 JBE 2021  WebEOC Incident: 21-018 TC Nicholas – Statewide – Sept │ State Declaration Number: 173 JBE 2021    Click below for the full report: GOHSEP Sept 15, 2021

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Port Fourchon: Storm Recovery Update

GLPC STORM RECOVERY PHASE Hurricane Ida UPDATE #18 September 15, 2021 10:30 a.m. Port Fourchon’s Recovery Phase continues post-Ida as we progress toward getting operations back in business and our tenants back to work.   LATEST UPDATES: WATER: The Lafourche Parish Water District has started sending water to Fourchon. Because it may take a day to…

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GOHSEP Daily Brief – September 14, 2021

GOHSEP Daily Brief  September 14, 2021  As of 4:00 p.m.  State EOC Activation Level: Level I (Full Activation)  WebEOC Incident: 21-018 TC Ida – Statewide – August │ State Declaration Number: 165 JBE 2021  WebEOC Incident: 21-018 TC Nicholas – Statewide – Sept │ State Declaration Number: 173 JBE 2021  Click below for full report: GOHSEP SITREP – Sept. 14, 2021

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FEMA Fact Sheet: Helpful Info When Appealing a Decision from FEMA

Helpful Info When Appealing a Decision
from FEMA

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Gov. Edwards Declares State of Emergency in Advance of Tropical Storm Nicholas

BATON ROUGE — Gov. John Bel Edwards on Sunday declared a state of emergency for Louisiana in advance of Tropical Storm Nicholas, which has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and is forecasted by the National Weather Service to bring heavy rains and flash flooding to the state in the coming days. Areas affected by hurricanes Ida and Laura, and…

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GOHSEP Daily Brief – September 13, 2021

GOHSEP Daily Brief September 13, 2021 As of 4:00 p.m. State EOC Activation Level: Level I (Full Activation) WebEOC Incident: 21-018 TC Ida – Statewide – August │ State Declaration Number: 165 JBE 2021 WebEOC Incident: 21-018 TC Nicholas – Statewide – Sept │ State Declaration Number: 173 JBE 2021   SITUATION:  Hurricane Ida made landfall along the southeastern coast of Louisiana…

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Hurricane Ida Survivors: Take Precautions Ahead of Tropical Storm Nicholas

Sept. 13, 2021 DR-4611-LA NR-006 FEMA News Desk: (225) 389-2408 FEMA-NewsDesk-Louisiana-Disasters@fema.dhs.gov Learn more at fema.gov/disaster/4611 September 2021 1 News Release Hurricane Ida Survivors: Take Precautions Ahead of Tropical Storm Nicholas BATON ROUGE, La. – FEMA wants to remind Louisiana residents and survivors of Hurricane Ida to take precautions ahead of Tropical Storm Nicholas. According to…

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