The City of Miami is one step closer to being awarded funds to help restore countless of parks and facilities that were damaged by Hurricane Irma.
Today, the Miami City Commission approved a resolution that authorizes the city to accept $34,193,228 in grants from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and $9,429,373 from an insurance payout, the City of Miami reports.
According to the City of Miami, police and fire-rescue departments, facilities, and parks are eligible to receive funds from the reimbursement.
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