Individuals will not be reimbursed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency for extra expenses incurred during last month’s ice storm. That’s the latest word from the Kentucky Division of Emergency Management.
In a roundtable discussion with county judge-executives and mayors across the state Friday, Gen. John W. Heltzel, Director of Kentucky Emergency Management said county and city governments can receive 75 percent reimbursement from FEMA for expenses directly related to the disaster. That includes overtime for workers, debris removal equipment and generators.
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