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first_imgCity of Ronceverte – City Hall and Police Department, generator projectGrant total: $145,813       Home NewsWatch Local News Governor Announces Millions in Funding for 2016 Flood Recovery KANAWHA COUNTYTown of Belle, Waste Water Treatment Plant generator projectGrant total: $185,500       Cabell County: Property acquisition, OnaGrant total: $96,678         Clintonville Volunteer Fire Department – Community Center generator projectGrant total: $47,000 GREENBRIER COUNTYTown of Rupert – Community Center generator projectGrant total: $56,400 FAYETTE COUNTYTown of Anstead – Property acquisitionGrant total: $68,273 Town of Alderson – Water Treatment Plant generator projectGrant total: $220,421 Facebook Grant total: $58,050MINGO COUNTYTown of KermitGrant total: $212,270Water Treatment PlantRaw Water Intake Pump Previous PostWanted Oak Hill Man Arrested After Drugs, Cash Found In Underwear Tumblr Pinterest Grant total: $149,250STATEWIDEData analysis and risk assessmentsMulti-Hazard Total Exposure in Floodplain (TEIF) and Total Exposure in Landslides (TEIL)Grant total: $3,000,000 Mail Next PostOak Hill Man Arrested For The Third Time Due To Felony Traffic Offenses MCDOWELL COUNTYTown of Bradshaw – Water Treatment Plant generator project City of Richwood – Elevating propertyGrant total: $123,938center_img NICHOLAS COUNTYCity of RichwoodGrant total: $225,000City of Richwood Water Treatment PlantLynn Street Booster stationOrchard Highs Booster Station Google+ Tyler Barker Tyler Barker is currently the Interim News Director and Digital Content Manager for WOAY-TV. I was promoted to this job in Mid-November. I still will fill in on weather from time to time. Follow me on Facebook and Twitter @wxtylerb. Have any news tips or weather questions? Email me at [email protected] Town of Rupert – Water Treatment Plant generator projectGrant total: $67,400 Town of NaugatuckGrant total: $239,050Public Service District Water Plant Town of CraigsvilleGrant total: $286,000Craigsville Public Service District, Water Treatment PlantCottle Booster StationCraigsville Booster StationMt Zion Booster Station Grant total: $53,750WYOMING COUNTYCity of Oceana – Water Treatment Plant generator project CHARLESTON– Gov. Jim Justice on Thursday announced the awarding of more than $6.6 million in grants from the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) made available statewide in response to the deadly and devastating June 2016 flooding.“We are leaving no stone unturned to find ways to help our people,” Gov. Justice said. “Our fellow West Virginians who endured all that devastation and all that sorrow deserve nothing less.”The money will help nearly two-dozen communities in nine counties provide backup power generators for water and wastewater treatment plants and systems. It will also fund generator purchases for other locations as well as help communities acquire or elevate property.Nearly half the total, $3 million, will be of benefit statewide. That grant will fund a risk assessment process that can pinpoint locations throughout West Virginia in floodplains or otherwise exposed to potential flooding, landslides, and other hazards.These various projects embrace the “build stronger, build safer” concept behind hazard mitigation, to help communities recover from flood damage in ways that reduce the likelihood of future loss of life and property.Gov. Justice secured the funds through the state Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, which has been working with these communities and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to develop Hazard Mitigation grants project applications.  These projects are being 100% funded through contributions from federal and state funding sources.The grants will fund the following projects:CABELL COUNTYCity of Huntington – Purchase and install 17 generatorsGrant total: $1,116,965Krout’s Creek Pump StationEast Road Pump StationFour Pole Creek Pump Station22nd Street West Pump Station13th Street West Pump Station7th Street West Pump Station1st Street Pump Station4th Street Pump Station9th Street Pump Station11th Street Pump Station16th Street Pump Station20th Street Pump Station5th Avenue Pump StationRichmond Street Pump Station35th Street Pump StationOak Street Pump StationPat’s Branch Pump Station Linkedin City of White Sulphur Springs – property acquisitionGrant total: $61,600 Town of Rainelle/Rainelle VFD – Generator projectGrant total: $60,800 City of White Sulphur Springs – Water Treatment Plant generator projectGrant total: $185,357 Twitter TYLER COUNTYSheriff’s Office (Middlebourne) – Generator project Local NewsNewsWatchTop Stories Governor Announces Millions in Funding for 2016 Flood Recovery By Tyler BarkerJun 07, 2018, 21:08 pm 433 0 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Websitelast_img

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