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The U.S. Representative for Northern Mariana Islands's At large district, serving since 2009.
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Obama lowers local cost-share to 10 percent
Northern Mariana Islands – Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan has thanked President Barack Obama for the decision to lower the local share of costs for Typhoon Soudelor recovery from 25 percent to 10 percent. The President signed the cost-share adjustment today in Washington. “We need all the good news we can get right now,” Congressman Sablan said. “And the President’s decision to have the federal government cover 90 percent of the recovery cost is certainly good news. “The Federal Emergency Management Agency makes the recommendation to the President to adjust the local share, when costs go above $136 per person. With 53,000 people in the Northern Marianas, that threshold was $7.2 million. “And FEMA informed the congressional office in Washington today that obligations had already reached $14.7 million. “So we knew that adjustment would be under consideration, and we let the White House know that we definitely supported lowering the amount the Northern Maria











Typhoon Soudelor — Update #28
U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency Hawaii and Pacific Basin Typhoon Soudelor Response Updates in Bold  – August 21, 2015   United States Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency (FSA) has available the following programs (details are available by clicking on the hyperlinks to access Program Fact Sheets) which may assist commercial agricultural producers who were negatively impacted by Typhoon Soudelor:   Non-Insured Crop Disaster Assistance (NAP) helps to offset production losses for those producers who were signed-up in advance for the program.    Tree Assistance Program (TAP) is available for qualifying fruit orchardists of papaya, banana and tropical fruits.  The program provides cost share to clean up and replant.    Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP) helps offset ranchers’ losses of cattle, goats or sheep.    Emergency Livestock, Honey Bee and Farm Raised Fish (ELAP) may be available to producers with losses of livestock, honey bees and fish.   E











Answers to Your Questions: How Does FEMA Decide Which Houses to Inspect First?
Houses are generally inspected on a first come/first served basis. Although, survivors of Typhoon Soudelor who are currently in shelters may be prioritized for inspection. In either case, the first step is to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency for “Individual Assistance” by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362), online at www.disasterassistance.gov, or on a Web-enabled mobile device at m.fema.gov. Once you are registered, you will receive a call from FEMA to schedule an appointment for an inspection, usually within 7-10 days.  As of August 25, 2015, more than 7,200 people have registered for FEMA Individual Assistance, and inspections have been completed for nearly 1,300 properties. • Got a question about Typhoon Soudelor recovery?Contact your Congressman. We will work to get you an answer.











Answers to Your Questions: What Should I Expect at the FEMA Housing Inspection?
The inspector will assess the damage to your home. This may take 30-40 minutes. The inspector will also ask to see: Your photo identification; Proof of ownership/occupancy of the damaged residence, such as a mortgage payment book or utility bill; Insurance documents: home and/or auto; List of household occupants living in residence at time of disaster; and All disaster-related damages to both real and personal property. Need proof of ownership/occupancy?  Applicants who are unable to provide traditional proof of ownership/occupancy can get a signed letter by a local precinct representative to validate the physical location of their home. Form letters for this purpose can be picked up at the fire stations in San Roque, Kagman, Garapan, Susupe, and Koblerville and at the Disaster Recovery Center at the Multi-Purpose Center in Susupe. Need a ride? Applicants who have been displaced by Typhoon Soudelor who require transportation to their properties for the housing inspection can conta














 
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