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Northwood tornado damage tally

Structures affected - 90 percent of the 362 single-family homes. - 80 percent of the 110 multi-family homes. - 100 percent of 20 mobile homes. - 89 percent of 37 municipal buildings. Public assistance: 124 requests for FEMA funding, totaling $9 m...

Structures affected

- 90 percent of the 362 single-family homes.

- 80 percent of the 110 multi-family homes.

- 100 percent of 20 mobile homes.

- 89 percent of 37 municipal buildings.

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Public assistance: 124 requests for FEMA funding, totaling $9 million for public assistance damage.

- 109 projects approved, totaling $1.4 million.

- 12 projects being processed, totaling $6.6 million.

- 3 projects under discussion and review, totaling $968,928.

Individual assistance: 294 FEMA requests, totaling $4.9 million.

- FEMA Housing Assistance provided -- $303,633 to 44 applicants.

- FEMA/State Other Needs Assistance provide -- $125,372 to 42 applicants.

- Disaster unemployment assistance -- $$2,244.

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- SBA loans -- Residential, $2.2 million; commercial, $2.3 million.

Unmet Needs: Donations to the Northwood Relief Fund for unmet needs total $312,000.

- 163 total cases filed.

- 87 cases complete; 36 active; 40 pending.

- Community Development Block Grant funds -- $181,000 expended for housing needs.

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