1. State the administrative agency which controls the regulation. Explain why this agency and your proposed regulation interests you
(briefly).Will this proposed regulation affect you or the business in which you are working? If so, how? The administrative agency which
controls the regulation is Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). FEMA interest me because of the process of illumination when
a representative of the said agency is sent out to process information given by phone is assessed. The regulations that is used by the
process of FEMA will affect one's business in case of "Mother Nature" incidents they may occur.
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Included in the administration’s proposal is $82 million for transportation purposes, including $38 million for state trunk highway, bridge and road repair. Chief Financial Officer Tracy Hatch said the goal is for MnDOT to complete most of the projects before the weather changes later in the year, although at least three projects will not meet that deadline.
Other parts of the proposal include:
• $22.03 million for the Department of Natural Resources, including $10.03 million for facility and natural resource damage;
• $20 million for employment and economic development; and
• $12.72 million for housing finance, largely for forgivable loans for damaged housing structures.
Jindal and legislative leaders are expected to meet in the near future to work on logistics of a flood relief special session.
Rep. Gene Pelowski[->0], Jr. (DFL-Winona) wondered if the flood relief proposal would go through the committee process during the special session to allow public testimony and let members understand what they will be voting for or against on the House floor. He said a 2007 bill that he carried traveled through various committees.
In this proposal we are needing help in a "hurry". Why? Families are displaced and need to come home to savage any belongings that are left behind. Monies are needed to start the "rebuild" process that will probably take over two yeras to complete.
Provide the "deadline" by which the public comment must be made. (If the date has already passed, please provide when the deadline was).