EMERGENCY RELIEF PROGRAM FUND ALLOCATIONS StateEventAllocationSubtotal by State or TerritoryAlabamaApril 27, 2011 Severe Storms and Tornadoes 1,896,010 1,896,010AlaskaSummer 2010 Taylor Highway Flooding 1,368,882 1,368,882American SamoaSeptember 29, 2009 Tsunami 1,229,844 1,229,844ArkansasApril 2011 Severe Storms and Flooding 1,048,534 1,048,534CaliforniaDevil’s Slide 20,785,705 43,430,449January-March 1993 Storms 305,000February 1998 Storms 2,149,300December 2002 Winter Storms 1,901,211December 2004 Winter Storms 5,089,071December 2005 Winter Storms 11,399,039October 3, 2007 Mount Soledad Road Slide 1,801,123ConnecticutSpring 2010 Flooding 1,048,020 2,367,336August 28, 2011 Hurricane Irene 1,319,316FloridaJanuary 2010 Sinkholes 1,107,486 1,107,486IllinoisApril 19, 2011 Heavy Rains and Flooding 338,207 881,388July 27, 2011 High Winds and Rainfall 543,181IndianaApril 2011 Severe Storms and Flooding 322,523 322,523IowaMay 2011 Missouri River Flooding 4,279,822 5,210,934July 27, 2011 Rainfall and Flooding 931,112KentuckyJuly 2010 Storms and Flooding 936,182 3,258,866April 2011 Storms and Flooding 522,684June 19, 2011, Severe Storms and Flooding 1,800,000LouisianaAugust 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina 7,600,000 9,500,000March 31, 2011 Vicksburg Barge Crash 1,900,000MaineJuly 18, 2008 Heavy Rains and Flooding 416,216 755,397August 28, 2011 Tropical Storm Irene 339,181MassachusettsJune 1, 2011 Severe Thunderstorms and Tornado 457,092 5,110,004August 26, 2011 Hurricane Irene 4,652,912MinnesotaMarch 2011 Spring Snowmelt and Flooding 2,200,000 2,200,000MississippiMarch 31, 2011 Vicksburg Barge Crash (MDOT costs) 7,886 3,769,791April 2011 Severe Storms and Flooding 1,623,283April – June 2011 Mississippi River Flooding 2,138,622MissouriApril – May 2011 Tornado and Flooding 347,219 2,079,250June 2011 Missouri River Flooding 1,732,031MontanaSpring 2011 Flooding 2,564,893 2,564,893NebraskaMay – June 2008 Flooding 776,882 1,309,546May 2011 Platt and Missouri River Flooding 532,664New HampshireAugust 30, 2011 Tropical Storm Irene 132,409 132,409New JerseyAugust 2011 Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee 7,387,595 10,184,159August 2011 Flooding 2,796,564New YorkAugust 26, 2011 Hurricane Irene 7,686,528 10,248,704September 7, 2011 Tropical Storm Lee 2,562,176North CarolinaSeptember 29, 2010 Tropical Storm Nicole 815,000 815,000North DakotaSpring 2011 Runoff in the Devils Lake Basin 10,171,839 31,530,138Spring 2011 Runoff – Statewide 10,048,855Spring 2011 Runoff in the West James River Basin 5,770,020Spring 2011 Flooding in the Sheyenne/James River Basin 1,082,263ND11-5, Spring 2011 Flooding in the Southern Mouse River Basin 4,457,161OhioMarch 2011 Jefferson County Landslides 4,673,409 14,922,113March – May 2011 Severe Rainfall 10,248,704OregonJanuary 2011 Flooding 1,742,280 1,742,280PennsylvaniaAugust 26, 2011 Hurricane Irene 2,500,000 4,242,280September 7, 2011 Tropical Storm Lee 1,742,280Puerto RicoOctober 2010 Tropical Storm Otto 841,155 2,564,373August 21, 2011 Hurricane Irene 1,723,218South CarolinaMay 22, 2011 SC Route 150 Bridge Damage 392,572 392,572South DakotaSpring 2011 Flooding 2,191,627 2,191,627TennesseeSR 108 Rockslide 918,706 4,802,307April 5, 2011 US-441/SR-71 Rockslide 1,107,630April 19 – 26, 2011 Tornado and Flooding 325,971April 26, 2011 Severe Weather and Tornado Damage 2,450,000TexasAugust 30, 2011 Wildfires 2,500,000 2,500,000UtahDecember 20, 2010 Severe Storms and Flooding 839,543 2,167,226March – May 2011 Flooding 1,327,683VermontSpring 2011 Flooding 1,024,870 15,373,056August 27, 2011 Tropical Storm Irene 14,348,186VirginiaAugust 26, 2011 Hurricane Irene 1,435,173 2,181,614September 5, 2011 Tropical Storm Lee 746,441Virgin IslandsOctober 2010 Tropical Storm Otto 370,382 1,207,112November 2010 Tropical Storm Tomas 836,730WashingtonFebruary 28, 2001 Nisqually Earthquake 3,433,316 9,879,273November 2006 Storm 1,429,586December 2007 Storm 512,287January 2009 Storm 290,705October 11, 2009 SR 410 Landslide 669,713December 2010 Storms 1,026,278January 2011 Winter Storms 568,372March – April 2011 Storms 500,000March 22, 2011 113th Avenue Truck Crash Damage 750,043May 2011 Storms 698,973Federal Lands Agenciesvarious events 8,711,399 8,711,399Total 215,198,775 215,198,775 Vermont is one of the largest beneficiaries of disaster relief funding released today by the federal government. The US Department of Transportation will provide more than $215 million to states across the nation, with Vermont getting $15.4 million, to cover the costs of repairing roads and bridges damaged by a variety of natural disasters, US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced today.‘Communities suffering from disasters have been hard at work restoring vital transportation links so that people can resume daily activities as soon as possible,’ said Secretary LaHood. “They did their part, and now it’s our turn to give the states the money they were promised to help pay for that work.’ The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) will provide a total of $215,198,775 from its emergency relief program to 34 states, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and federal lands agencies to reimburse them for repairs to roads and bridges caused by storms, flooding, hurricanes and other natural and catastrophic disasters.‘States and communities can continue counting on our support in times of need,’ said FHWA Administrator Mendez. ‘Everyone pulls together when disaster strikes and we are committed to help as much as we can now and in the future.’Among states that will receive funding, California will receive $43.4 million for flooding and earthquakes, North Dakota will receive $31.5 million for flooding in the Devil’s Lake region and Vermont will receive $15.4 million for spring flooding and damage from Tropical Storm Irene. Estimates of Vermont’s repairs from Irene could run to $250 million, according to Governor Shumlin.The money will reimburse states for fixing or replacing highways, bridges and other roadway structures. Costs associated with detours, debris removal and other immediate measures necessary to restore traffic flow in impacted areas are also eligible.The FHWA’s emergency relief program reimburses states for the repair or reconstruction of federal-aid highways that were damaged in disasters and catastrophic failures.
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditAbilene Christian (16-10, 11-4) vs. Southeastern Louisiana (6-20, 3-12)University Center, Hammond, Louisiana; Saturday, 5 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Abilene Christian looks for its fifth straight conference win against Southeastern Louisiana. Abilene Christian’s last Southland loss came against the Northwestern State Demons 73-69 on Feb. 5. Southeastern Louisiana has dropped its last six games against conference opponents. February 20, 2020 For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com ACU looks to extend streak vs SLU Associated Press FAB FRESHMEN: Southeastern Louisiana’s Ty Brewer, Byron Smith and Nick Caldwell have combined to account for 43 percent of the team’s scoring this season and have scored 43 percent of all Lions points over the last five games.POTENT PAYTEN: Payten Ricks has connected on 37.9 percent of the 195 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 21 of 48 over his last five games. He’s also converted 85.7 percent of his foul shots this season.SLIPPING AT 72: Abilene Christian is 0-7 when it allows at least 72 points and 16-3 when it holds opponents to less than 72.STREAK STATS: Southeastern Louisiana has lost its last four home games, scoring an average of 70 points while giving up 79.8.DID YOU KNOW: The Abilene Christian defense has forced opponents into turnovers on an impressive 28.6 percent of all possessions, which ranks the Wildcats second among Division I teams. Southeastern Louisiana has turned the ball over on 22.3 percent of its possessions (ranking the Lions 329th, nationally).___