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Mon August 27, 2012
Uncertainty Over FEMA Money for Vermont Grows
Vermont state officials say the cloud of uncertainty surrounding federal funding for Vermont's recovery from Tropical Storm Irene has grown thicker with the departures of two top officials with the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Administration Secretary Jeb Spaulding says the state has been working for months with FEMA officials over the complicated issues of how much Vermont will be reimbursed for the destruction of the Vermont State Hospital and much of the surrounding state office complex in Waterbury.
Spaulding says he and other state officials learned recently that the top FEMA official in Vermont has had to go out on medical leave for an undetermined period. In addition, FEMA Northeast Administrator Don Boyce is moving to a government job in Washington.
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