Harris County OKs spending plan for $1B Harvey recovery grant


More than $1 billion of federal money is on its way to help Harris County recover from Hurricane Harvey.

At its July 10 meeting, the Harris County Commissioners Court unanimously approved a spending plan for a $1.12 billion federal grant. The money comes from the first round of funds from the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Funding to the Texas General Land Office. In total, the state of Texas will receive more than $5.02…

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