The Town of Paradise or Butte County Building Departments will be notified that the.
Mar 28, On March 24,FEMA prepared PW to document eligible disaster-related debris removal for costs totaling, The Applicant submitted additional documentation for pre-storm tree trimming costs totaling,Appeal Type: Second.
The local government will only collect remaining insurance proceeds, if any, after you have removed ineligible fire related debris.
Nov 13, The Applicant is appealing the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) denial of, in debris and standing tree removal costs. As explained in the enclosed analysis, I have determined that the Applicant has provided sufficient documentation to show that the debris and standing trees were Appeal Type: Second.
Oct 28, FEMA did not prepare a project worksheet for these costs, and the Applicant has not provided a cost estimate for removal and disposal of the trees. In a letter dated June 6,the Applicant submitted its first appeal. The Applicant s Standing Dead Tree Assessment reported 1, standing dead trees and projected another 2, to treeclearing.bar Type: Second.
Sep 26, FEMA determined this cost to be unreasonable and subsequently allowedper cubic yard for the debris removal efforts. FEMA subsequently revised the project worksheets to allowper cubic yard andper treeclearing.bar Type: Second. Oct 10, Further, the cost of debris removal cannot currently be included in damage assessments provided to FEMA, making it harder for states to qualify for Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins.