Maryland Governor Seeks Federal Disaster Declaration for Recent Floods


Maryland Governor Larry Hogan wants a presidential disaster for Maryland after heavy rains and floods hit two western counties last month.

The seller in Frederick and Washington was the first of two major floods last month. The authorities continue to assess the losses primarily resulting from the second impact on the Baltimore region.

Hogan said on Friday that the seller in Frederick and Washington areas seriously affected residents, businesses and infrastructure. He said a disaster declaration would help ease federal aid for rescue and reconstruction.

Meanwhile, on his announcement Friday, Hogan announced that the US Small Business Administration’s Frederick and neighboring county governments have approved a request for a physical disaster declaration that would allow homeowners and tenants to resort to low-interest loans to repair damages.

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