"These funds are for local social service organizations providing assistance on or after Jan. 1, 2019 to migrants from the southern border released from DHS custody," the FEMA statement said. "Reimbursements addressing humanitarian needs such life sustaining food and shelter expenses will be given priority."
The Federal Emergency Management Agency this week told Cooper there wasn't enough damage from last month's storm to individuals and households in Carteret, Dare, Hyde and New Hanover counties to warrant a federal declaration.
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