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House Bill 2277 would require motorists using the traction devices to purchase a permit, the cost of which would be determined by dividing the estimated cost of damages by the number of cars with studded tires.
The estimated cost of damage in Chelyabinsk alone is $33m ([pounds sterling]21.
To date, an estimated cost of damages to infrastructure, agriculture and private properties has totalled approximately 7,116,388,040 pesos, equivalent to Dh636,402.
For example, one African-American plaintiff whose rebuilding grant was based upon pre-storm value received a $1,400 grant from the State to rebuild her home; but she would have received a grant of $150,000 had her rebuilding grant been based on the estimated cost of damage to the home.
According to the AGM report, the estimated cost of damage caused by the hurricane was an estimated RO1.
This includes determining estimated cost of damage, applying maintenance expenditure limits, and identifying equipment candidates for the theater-provided equipment refurbishment program.
The estimated cost of damages was over $5 billion and in excess of 3.
As the estimated cost of damage from floods in June and July soared towards pounds 3 billion, Flood Recovery Minister John Healey said an application had been submitted for support from the European Union Solidarity Fund (EUSF).