The check is literally in the mail.
Enterprise Mayor Kenneth Boswell says that's the word he has received from the Alabama Department of Emergency Management.
It’s been nearly a year since torrential rains caused extensive road damage in the City of Progress.
Shortly after, the Federal Emergency Management Agency allotted $150,000 dollars to repair a dozen heavily damaged roads.
Mayor Boswell says FEMA will now pay the remaining $50,000 it owes Enterprise.
“We found out today, that we will be receiving our money. What it was is that FEMA had run out of money, and now they are able to pay, those payments will go to cities and counties receiving first," explained Mayor Boswell.
The city has already paid for the necessary road repairs, and was just looking to be reimbursed.
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