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An eligible applicant for Public Assistance is a: a. Individual property owner. b. State agency. c. Federal agency. d. Private business.
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An eligible applicant for Public Assistance is a: State agency.
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Debris work needs to be in the public interest to qualify for Public Assistance. a. True b. False
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Federal aid for debris removal operations is authorized through the: a. State. b. EO 11990. c. 44 CFR. d. Stafford Act.
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