President Donald Trump has approved a disaster declaration for five Vermont counties that were damaged during severe storms in early May.
Republican Gov. Phil Scott says that a preliminary damage assessment by the Federal Emergency Management Agency identified almost $1.3 million in public infrastructure damage from the storms.
Each of the Chittenden, Grand Isle, Lamoille, Orange, and Orleans regions is the per capita threshold for assessing communities and public services in these regions for assistance.
Most of this damage is purification, debris removal and power restoration.
The declaration means that municipalities and groups such as public services have the right to a federal repayment of 75 percent for storm response and recovery.
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