At Governor Mark Dayton’s appeal, FEMA has reversed its earlier decision and approved federal assistance to individuals and households in southern Minnesota hit by heavy rain and flooding the third week of September. Dayton argued the aid is critical as Minnesotans rebuild their homes and communities during the onset of winter. FEMA’s decision will make financial help and direct services available to individuals with serious needs which can’t be met through other means. Assistance may include temporary housing, repair and replacement work on damaged structures, and help with some basic expenses.
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