The State of Alabama received nearly $74 million dollar from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in two separate allocations to assist in the recovery efforts of the areas impacted by the tornadoes of April 2011.
The State qualified 36 counties in northern half of the State and awarded projects based on competition.
The State awardees are – Birmingham ($625,000), Blount County ($758,572), Cordova ($5,098,515), Cullman City ($5,989,728.29), Cullman County ($1,294,892), DeKalb County ($1,573,172.29), Franklin County ($1,361,624), Hackleburg ($8,338,437.67), Haleyville ($523,876), Hanceville ($80,000), Marion County ($2,642,775.95), Moulton ($968,480), Phil Campbell ($3,212,201.16), Tuscaloosa ($8,470,000), Tuscaloosa County ($9,238,230), and Winston County ($912,200.07).
In addition, the State budgeted over $18 Million for repair and replacement of homes damaged by the storm in the most impacted and distressed counties.
To date, most funds have been expended, and all except for two projects have been closed.
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Management and Implementation