November 25, 2004

FEMA agrees to pay Dryden

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has agreed to pay Dryden $170,000 it was contesting, according to a press release from Congressman Sherwood Boehlert's office.

FEMA had been unhappy with changes made to the Virgil Creek Stabilization project after their initial approval, but onsite meetings and a few months of conversation appear to have convinced them that the changes were improvements and that they were permitted by the terms of the agreement.

Posted by simon at November 25, 2004 7:47 AM in
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