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Posted on: March 22, 2019

Camden County Receives Flood Mitigation Assistance

The Camden County Board of Commissioners is pleased to announce that it is a recipient of Flood Mitigation Assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA).

The $95,714 grant will assist in the acquisition, demolition, and clearance of a repetitive loss property.

We are happy to receive this funding from FEMA and GEMA,” said Scott Brazell, Community Rating System (CRS), Erosion & Sedimentation (E & S) Coordinator. “Clearing this property will provide additional points towards improving our CRS score and allow unincorporated Camden County residents to enjoy a greater discount on their flood insurance.”

With 75%, $84,454, from FEMA and 10%, $11,260, from GEMA, Camden County will add 15%, $16,891, through in-kind funding, demolition, and clearance assistance. This property will be cleared of any structures and returned to a natural state of vegetation.  Additionally, this property will be deed restricted to prevent future residential use.

Camden County Board of Commissioners and staff pose with oversized check for grant award.

From Left:
Commissioner Lannie Brant, CRS, E & S Coordinator Scott Brazell, Commission Vice-Chair Gary Blount, Commission Chair Jimmy Starline,
Commissioner Ben Casey, Grants Manager Julie Haigler, and Commissioner Chuck Clark.

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