Prince George's County spent $8 million repairing the County Administration Building, which was damaged by Tropical Storm Lee last year. But county officials say insurance coverage and FEMA reimbursements mean taxpayers won't have to foot the bill.
About $5 million will come from insurance payouts, while the rest will come from natural disaster relief funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, said Thomas Himler, the county's chief administrative officer for budget, finance and administration.
"Essentially that entire project will be covered by noncounty funds," Himler said. "We're not taking money from any other projects."
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