WASHINGTON- A FEMA grant has been dedicated to elevating homes in the Erath community.
Sen. John Kennedy’s office announced Thursday that $2,232,261 will pay for the elevation of 13 homes that have been damaged by repeated flooding. FEMA is funding 98 percent of the total cost of the project.
“Erath and much of Acadiana suffer from floods that have plagued our state. This FEMA funding will give Vermilion Parish residents protection for their homes and families, and I look forward to seeing these projects move forward quickly,” Kennedy said in a statement sent from his office.
Louisiana families should not worry about their homes flooding every time there is a heavy rainfall. This funding helps communities continue to thrive in south Louisiana.https://t.co/PPYKqfmNQx— U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D. (@SenBillCassidy) February 25, 2021