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r <br /> STATE OF FLORIDA <br /> Department of Community Affairs <br /> .J is `.. l l; , i ,`� :. 1 e3 � ,'-, : a :, . a s i 1 DISASTER RELIEF FUNDING AGREEMENT <br /> Agreement No. 06-WL-&K- 10-41 -02-522 f F <br /> CFDA No. 97.036 <br /> Subgrantee: Indian River County DEC j <br /> 6 2005 <br /> FIDS No. 061 -99061 -00 o A g,'y , <br /> OF <br /> This Agreement is between the State of Florida, Department of Community Affairs (hereinafter res <br /> the "Grantee" and, the undersigned State Agency , political subdivision of the State, private nonprofit organizations, <br /> or federally recognized Indian Tribes or authorized tribal organizations (hereinafter referred to as the "Subgrantee"). <br /> This Agreement is based on the existence of the following facts and conditions: <br /> A. WHEREAS, Hurricane Wilma the event beginning October 21 , 2005 , and thereafter, had a devastating <br /> impact upon the State of Florida. The severity of the damage and losses resulted in a proclamation of <br /> emergency by the Governor in Executive Order 05-219. In consequence of the Event, the President of the <br /> United States on October 24, 2005 , declared Emergency No . FEMA- 1609-DR-FL in Brevard, Broward, <br /> Charlotte, Collier, Desoto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Highlands, Indian River, Lee, Martin, Miami-Dade, <br /> Monroe, Okeechobee, Osceola, Palm Beach, Polk, Sarasota and St. Lucie counties in the State of Florida <br /> Additional counties may be added to the declaration later. As a result, the Public Assistance Program was <br /> made available to eligible applicants in these Declared counties; and, <br /> B . WHEREAS, the FEMA- State Agreement dated November 1 , 2005 between the State of Florida and the <br /> Federal Emergency Management Agency governing the use of such funds requires the State to share the costs <br /> eligible for federal financial assistance, and the State has undertaken to share those costs, as appropriated, with <br /> its Subgrantees; and, <br /> C . WHEREAS , the Grantee represents that it is fully qualified and eligible to receive these grant funds to <br /> provide the services identified herein and agrees to comply with all the requirements of this Agreement; and, <br /> D . WHEREAS, the Grantee receives these grant funds from the State of Florida and the federal government, <br /> and has the authority, under Section 252.373 , Florida Statute to disburse these funds to the Subgrantees upon <br /> the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth; and, <br /> E . WHEREAS , a Budget Amendment has been prepared and is being considered to provide for the <br /> necessary funds and authority for this event. Under the Emergency Management Act, as amended, the <br /> Department has authority to administer federal financial assistance from the Federal Emergency Management <br /> Agency consequent to a presidential declaration of disaster. <br /> NOW, THEREFORE, the Grantee and Subgrantee, based upon the existence of the foregoing conditions, <br /> do further agree to the following: <br /> ARTICLE 1. Definitions. As used in this Agreement, the following terms shall have the following meanings <br /> unless another meaning is specified elsewhere: <br /> A. "Eligible activities" are those activities authorized in the FEMA-State Agreement, and in the Robert T. <br /> Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, Public Law 93 -288 , as amended by Public Law 100- <br /> 707 ; 44 Code of Federal Regulations Part 206 .35 ; and applicable policies of the Federal Emergency <br /> Management Agency . <br /> 1 <br />