LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — Officials with the city of Little Rock have provided updates on tornado recovery and have announced the extension of the debris deadline.
The original deadline of June 11 has been extended to June 25, this will be the final deadline.
"In continuing to listen to the community and giving the community more time and working alongside city director Capi Peck, we've made the decision to extend the deadline from June 11 to June 25," Mayor Scott said.
According to Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott Jr., the original deadline was based on FEMA assistance that the city was receiving. As of May 13, the assistance dropped from a 100 % reimbursement rate to a 75% reimbursement rate.
The mayor did mention that the deadline comes at a cost to the city which he said the city is fine with.
Other updates discussed by city officials included data that has been collected as a result of the city's efforts.
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