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Author: FEMA Public Affairs
Paterson, NJ, September 4, 2011 --President Obama along with Federal, State and Local officials, surveyed flood damages in New Jersey. The administration, coordinated through FEMA, is committed to bringing all of the resources of the federal family to bear to support the states and territories that have been affected by Hurricane Irene. FEMA, through our regional offices in Boston, MA, Philadelphia, PA, New York City, NY, Atlanta, GA, and our Caribbean Area Office in Puerto Rico, have been in close contact and coordination with the states and territories that have been affected.President...
Posted On: September 5, 2011
Author: FEMA Public Affairs
The administration, coordinated through FEMA, is committed to bringing all of the resources of the federal family to bear to support the states and territories that have been affected by Hurricane Irene. FEMA, through our regional offices in Boston, MA, Philadelphia, PA, New York City, NY, Atlanta, GA, and our Caribbean Area Office in Puerto Rico, have been in close contact and coordination with the states and territories that have been affected.President Obama has declared major disaster declarations for the commonwealths and states of North Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New...
Posted On: September 4, 2011
Author: FEMA Public Affairs
Through our regional offices in Atlanta, New York and Texas, we continue to closely monitor tropical storm Lee and Hurricane Katia.In response to Tropical Storm Lee, an Incident Management and Assistance Team (IMAT) is on site in Louisiana to coordinate with and support state emergency management officials, and a FEMA liaison officer is assigned to the Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness emergency operation centers (EOC), and additional IMAT teams and liaisons are on standby and will be deployed to other state EOCs, if requested.Residents in...
Posted On: September 4, 2011
Author: FEMA Public Affairs
(Entrada de blog en español / Spanish blog post)Loiza, PR, September 1, 2011 -- FEMA community relations specialist Enrique Colon, informs disaster survivor about the registration process. Community Relations teams are visiting the affected areas to inform the community about the registration process. Eliud Echevarria/FEMAAlbany, NY, September 2, 2011 -- Jamy Arzuaga, Human Resources unit lead, and Annia Santos, HR specialist, are deployed to support FEMA's operation in support of New York State in response to Hurricane Irene. President declares Disaster for State of New York to supplement...
Posted On: September 3, 2011
Author: FEMA Public Affairs
(Entrada de blog en español / Spanish blog post)Through our regional offices in Atlanta, New York and Texas, we continue to closely monitor tropical storm Lee in the Gulf of Mexico and Hurricane Katia in the Atlantic. While it is still too early to know if Katia will pose a threat to the U.S., we are in touch with all of our East Coast states in the event Katia does track toward us in the coming days.Meanwhile, residents in coastal and inland areas around the Gulf of Mexico should continue to closely monitor tropical storm Lee because the storm is approaching Southeastern Louisiana with heavy...
Posted On: September 3, 2011
Author: FEMA Public Affairs
(Entrada de blog en español / Spanish blog post)Paramus, NJ, August 31, 2011 -- FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino talking with residents staying at a shelter due to Hurricane Irene. FEMA is working with state, local, territorial and tribal partners to assess damages in states affected by Hurricane Irene.Prattsville, NY, August 31, 2011 -- Disaster survivors congregate outside a mobile disaster recovery center as they apply for federal disaster assistance. FEMA is providing assistance to individuals and business owners in New York affected by the flooding from Irene.The administration,...
Posted On: September 2, 2011
Author: FEMA Public Affairs
Every Friday, we do a “What We’re Watching” blog as we look ahead to the weekend. We encourage you to share it with your friends and family, and have a safe weekend.Carolina, Puerto Rico, September 1, 2011 -- Carlos Otero (left) with Ramon Otero (right) at the Carolina Municipal Emergency Management Agency helping with the distribution of blue tarps. FEMA is currently in a joint effort with Puerto Rico Emergency Management Agency to distribute blue tarps for affected residents to different municipalities in Puerto Rico.Hurricane Irene RecoveryWe continue to support the states and territories...
Posted On: September 2, 2011
Author: FEMA Public Affairs
As our recovery efforts in the states and territories affected by Irene continue, we’re closely monitoring tropical storm Lee in the Gulf of Mexico and Hurricane Katia in the Atlantic. While Katia is currently not a threat to the U.S., those in coastal and inland areas around the Gulf of Mexico should closely monitor tropical storm Lee. Forecasts from the National Weather Service are calling for heavy rains and potential flooding and flash flooding in areas affected by Lee, so make sure you’re taking steps to keep your family safe: Don’t put yourself at risk, follow the instructions of...
Posted On: September 2, 2011
Author: Gary Stanley
Hartford, CT, August 29, 2011 -- Federal Emergency Management Agency, Federal Coordinating Officer Gary Stanley, right speaks to State of Connecticut Department of Emergency Mangement and Homeland Security Director William Hackett, left, after a meeting with Governor Malloy.Today, FEMA and state teams continue preliminary damage assessments in Connecticut to determine the extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Irene. These on-the-ground assessment teams follow aerial assessments earlier this week that gave Connecticut Governor Malloy a better sense of the damages to the state.During these...
Posted On: September 2, 2011
Author: FEMA Public Affairs
The administration, coordinated through FEMA, is committed to bringing all of the resources of the federal family to bear to support the states and territories that have been affected by Hurricane Irene. FEMA, through our regional offices in Boston, MA, Philadelphia, PA, New York City, NY, Atlanta, GA, and our Caribbean Area Office in Puerto Rico, have been in close contact and coordination with the states and territories that have been affected.Over the past several days, President Obama has declared major disaster declarations for the states of North Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Vermont...
Posted On: September 1, 2011

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