WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA) announced Louisiana will receive $7,644,296.32 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in Hurricanes Laura and Ida relief.
“The strength and resiliency Louisianans showed in the aftermath of Hurricanes Laura and Ida still shines brightly today,” said Dr. Cassidy. “This funding aids recovery efforts and returns our communities to wholeness.”
|Grant Awarded||Recipient||Project Description|
|$3,564,654.04||Jefferson Davis Electric Cooperative, Inc.||This grant will provide federal funding for emergency protective measures as a result of Hurricane Laura.|
|$2,098,348.92||Department of Wildlife and Fisheries||This grant will provide federal funding to the Office of Risk Management for building repairs and replacement as a result of Hurricane Laura.|
|$1,981,293.36||St. Charles Public School Board||This grant will provide federal funding to St. Charles Public Schools for emergency protective measures in the form of dehumidifying, decontaminating, and cleaning as a result of Hurricane Ida.|