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Soboba Band signs agreement with FEMA for disaster cost
Posted: Friday, June 3, 2011
Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians
has reached an agreement with the
Federal Emergency Management Agency
FEMA has agreed to reimburse the tribe for 75 percent of the cost of cleaning up after severe winter storms. The tribe has replaced an access road and has been cleaning up debris that was caused by flooding.
President Barack Obama
issued a disaster declaration for the area in January.
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FEMA agreement to pay for Soboba rain damage
(The Soboba Valley Chronicle 6/3)
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