- Brittany Eck, director of communications for the Texas General Land Office, said those interested in the Homeowner Reimbursement Program should be prepared with receipts or invoices and other required documentation. The state plans to start accepting applications Feb. 28. She said all homeowners should apply because the program is first-come, first-served. There is, however, a requirement that 80 percent of the funds go to HUD-designated “most-impacted” counties, which includes Victoria. Households with low-to-moderate income will receive prioritized application processing for the first 30 days. This information was not clear in a story that appeared on Page A1 Saturday. For more information, call 1-844-893-8937, email email@example.com or visit recovery.texas.gov/HRP.
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