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State of Florida Urges President to Extend 100% Federal Cost-Share for Public Assistance from Hurricane Ian Impacts

11/25/2022

State of Florida Urges President to Extend 100% Federal Cost-Share for Public Assistance from Hurricane Ian Impacts

~ State of Florida awaits decision on request sent to the President on October 31, 2022, to extend the 100% federal cost-share for Public Assistance Categories A and B ~

The State of Florida requested an additional 30-day extension of 100% federal cost-share for Public Assistance Categories A and B (debris removal and emergency protective measures) which would extend the cost share through January 19, 2023. This follows the state’s October 31, 2022, request of a 30-day extension through December 21, 2022, which is still awaiting action by the President.

Because of the delays in progress experienced responding to Hurricane Nicole, it is imperative that the President grant both requests so that we can continue to help impacted communities recover. 100% federal cost-share expired yesterday, November 21, 2022.

Yesterday, November 21, Governor Ron DeSantis extended the State of Emergency for Hurricane Ian for an additional 60 days in Executive Order 22-268 to continue providing state support for impacted communities.

On October 4, the President granted an initial 30-day extension for the 100% federal cost-share for a total of 60 days from the beginning of the incident period on September 23, 2022, for Hurricane Ian. More information can be found here.

Updated: Friday, November 25, 2022
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