DOVER, Del. (AP) - Officials say Delaware has been awarded more than $1 million in federal assistance for Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts.
Official said Monday that recent obligations include projects totaling more than $816,877 in public assistance funding, bringing the total amount of Federal Emergency Management Agency funding so far to $1.2 million.
Additional funding is expected following state and federal review and approval.
Public assistance funding was made available for all three counties in November when the president declared a major disaster for Delaware.
The public assistance funds are intended for infrastructure recovery and restoration of damaged roads, bridges, utilities.