FEMA pays $3 million in Fairfax County snow removal costs
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will pay over $3 million of the costs that Fairfax County took on while trying to clean up after the mammoth 2010 snowstorms, the Washington Business Journal reports.
The amount will cover about 75 percent of what the county paid to remove snow from county-maintained roads and other areas.
Back-to-back storms in February of 2010 inundated the Washington D.C. metro area with over 24 inches of snow combined.
READ THE FULL STORY at the Washington Business Journal.
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