Disaster help OK'd for Harvey-hit cities
HOUSTON - The Federal Emergency Management Agency has granted Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's request for Community Disaster Loan assistance for parts of the state hard-hit by Harvey.
Abbott revealed the grant approval in a Monday message posted to his Twitter page.
Texas cities struggling to recover from the storm can obtain loans to help keep their operating budgets intact and full operations functioning while the cities focus on reconstruction.
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