County to remove storm debris on private property; may be funded from reserves (FL)

At the Sept. 26, 2017 Board of County Commissioners regular meeting, Chairman Wayne Dukes moved the agenda item regarding storm debris to the first topic of discussion. Mr. Dukes explained the reason for the agenda modification was to save time, and to “get this thing moving right now.”  The intent was to vote on the county using money from the reserve fund, and to contact managers of Homeowner’s Associations (HOAs) as quickly as possible, since they will need to sign agreements to allow Hernando County to begin removing debris. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) does not normally reimburse for expenses incurred for removing debris on private property.    Read the article……………..

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