The Federal Emergency Management Agency last week awarded more than $52 million of new funding to New Orleans to repair neighborhood streets in areas of the city most severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

The new round of funding follows FEMA’s award of $45 million in August for street repairs in the Lower Ninth Ward. To date, New Orleans has received a total of $128 million from FEMA for street and sidewalk damages.

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