Federal Grants for N.H. Flooding Top $8 Million

August 1, 2006

The federal government has provided New Hampshire with more than $8.2 million in relief grants for May’s floods.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency reported providing the most grants, $780,059, to Salem residents since the July 24 application deadline.

Manchester received the second largest amount, $563,306.

The U.S. Small Business Administration reported awarding nearly $11.5 million in low interest loans to 415 New Hampshire individuals and businesses.

Topics Flood

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