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What might a picture be worth in Mitigation?
Fort Kent awarded $829, 600 in HMGP grant for acquisition / demolition
York awarded $1. 2 million in PDM grant for storm water drainage project
Kennebunk awarded $1. 1 million in HMGP for acquisition / elevation project
Canton awarded over $4, 000 in mitigation grants for acquisition / demolition
What Kinds of Grants…? Why does the amount change…?
HMGP Hazard Mitigation Grant Program TOTAL DAMAGE$ X 15% = Available HMGP Funding Example 1: $100, 000 X 15% = $15, 000 HMGP Available Example 2: $ 5, 000 X 15% = $ 750, 000 HMGP Available
HMGP - Depends on the disaster declaration type … Individual Assistance Housing Assistance Public Assistance = TOTAL DAMAGE$
PDM Pre-Disaster Mitigation Program ANNUAL GRANT APPLICATION OPPORTUNITY; NO DISASTER REQUIRED • $3, 000 Maximum Award • Nationally Competitive • Apply on e. Grants • Maine has won three PDM project grants, $6 million +
How Do You Get Grant $$$ • • • Pre-identify projects in your plans Follow project guidelines (YES/NO page) Attend Modules I and II (workshops) Apply for the appropriate grant Score 70 or better with Review Council
ELIGIBILITY YES • • • Acquisition Elevation Relocation Drainage Projects Stabilization [see YES/NO flyer] NO • Dams, Levees, Seawalls, etc. • Emergencies • Maintenance • Capitol Improvements • [see YES/NO flyer]
State of Maine - HMGP – 2009 Application FEMA Project ID: FEMA-DR-1755, 1788, 1815 -ME Deadline: 29 May 2009 by 5 PM Project Name: (location / type) Date submitted: PART 1: Applicant (sub-grantee) Data – See attachment 1 PART 2: Problem Description – See attachments 2 A, 2 B, 2 C, 2 D, etc.
Leave no doubt that there’s a problem…
Words as pictures: 600 people were evacuated…we could hear the flood waters rushing through the house…the local hotels had run out of rooms…
PART 3: Solution Analysis / Decision Making Process – See attachment 3 PART 4: Scope of Work (SOW) – See attachment 4 PART 5: Project Description and Costs – See attachments 5 A, 5 B, 5 C Summary of Project Costs: Total Project Costs (100%) $ A. B. FEMA Share (75% of Line A) $ C. Local Share (25% of Line A) $ 1. Cash for local share $ 2. In-kind Services for local share $ 3. Other non-federal for local share $ D. TOTAL PROJECT COSTS $ Note: Line A and D are equal PART 6: Benefit/Cost Analysis (BCA) – See attached BCA
Exactly where is your project? ? ?
What are the contours? Major water bodies?
What will your project cost? Can you meet the 25% match?
PART 7: Project Goals and Objectives – See attachments 7 A, 7 B PART 8: Legal Considerations – See attachments 8 A, 8 B PART 9: Authorized Signatures (Chief Executive Officer and County EMA Director) I certify that I am the authorized agent for the applicant and have responsibility for the development and completion of this application and all information contained herein is true and accurate. Authorized Agent’s Signature Date Name (typed or printed) Title Reviewed by: County Director An incomplete application could be returned for additional information and delay the evaluation process. Before submitting, please ensure that you have completed all 9 sections, including labeled attachments and signatures. If submitting by email: Send application and all attachments to: joann. e. [email protected] gov If submitting by regular mail: Application and attachments must be typed and 3 copies sent to: MEMA, Mitigation Program, #72 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333 -0072 For more information: (800) 452 -8735 or go to www. maine. gov/mema
CLOSING NOTE: Since 2004, Maine mitigation applications that have successfully made it through the Review Council have usually been funded by FEMA