Wis. Admin. Code Department of Military Affairs [Emergency Management] § WEM 7.05 - Eligible and ineligible costs

Current through March 28, 2022

(1) Costs eligible for payment under this chapter are those that are a direct result of the disaster and are incurred during the designated incident period. Eligible costs are:
(a) Debris removal to include woody debris, building wreckage, dirt, gravel, vehicles and other disaster related materials.
(b) Emergency protective measures to eliminate or reduce immediate threats to life, public health or safety or a hazard that threatens significant damage to improved public or private property.
(c) Damage to roads and bridges to include surfaces, bases, shoulders, ditches, drainage structures, piers, girders, abutments, slope protection and approaches.
(2) Ineligible costs are:
(a) Damage to water control facilities including dams, reservoirs, levees, drainage channels, shore protective devices, irrigation facilities and pumping facilities.
(b) Damage to buildings and equipment.
(c) Damage to utilities including power generation facilities, sewage collection systems and water treatment plants.
(d) Ordinary operating expenses of local governmental units, such as salaries and expenses of public officials, which are not directly related to the major catastrophe.
(e) Costs for which payment has been, or will be, received from any other funding source.
(f) Disaster-related costs which should be covered and compensated by insurance.
(g) Projects and claims totaling less than $500.00.

Notes

Wis. Admin. Code Department of Military Affairs [Emergency Management] § WEM 7.05
CR 06-088: cr. Register November 2006 No. 611, eff. 12-1-06.

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