Read more about How will the US Army Corps of Engineers contractor monitor air quality during Phase II debris removal operations?

The contractor’s Debris Removal Operations Plan includes a Community Air Monitoring (CAM) Program. Three air sampling stations and one weather station will be established, one upwind of the work site, one downwind, and one at the nearest sensitive receptor, such... Read MoreRead more about How will the US Army Corps of Engineers contractor monitor air quality during Phase II debris removal operations?

Read more about After my property is rebuilt or repaired following the damage, will my property taxes be increased over what they were before?

No. Property owners will retain their previous factored base year value if the restructure is rebuilt in a like or similar manner, regardless of the actual cost of construction. However, any new square footage or extras, such as additional baths, will be added to the... Read MoreRead more about After my property is rebuilt or repaired following the damage, will my property taxes be increased over what they were before?

Read more about If I opt into the Consolidated Debris Removal Program, and I have insurance but I decide not to rebuild, will I have to pay for the costs of the debris removal?

Generally, no. If the insurance proceeds you received did not include a specified amount for debris removal you will not be responsible for any costs associated with the debris removal. For more information, contact the Department of Insurance. Read MoreRead more about If I opt into the Consolidated Debris Removal Program, and I have insurance but I decide not to rebuild, will I have to pay for the costs of the debris removal?