McAllen Taxpayers to be Reimbursed for Expenses Spent Managing Immigrant Families
MCALLEN – Taxpayers in McAllen will be reimbursed for money spent managing immigrant families who were released by the government in the city.
About $350,000 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency is going to McAllen, the Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley and Catholic Charities.
The funding will reimburse expenses made on food, shelter, transportation and medical needs.
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