Environmental Assessment for Indiana Township Fire Station Relocation and Reconstruction, Indiana Township, Iowa

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On May 30, 2008 during the Spring Mid-West Storms, an EF2 Tornado* touched ground near Knoxville, Iowa within Indiana Township. The tornado lifted the fire station from the ground, separating the walls and the foundation. The fire station engine trucks housed in the building prevented the wooden structure from collapsing altogether. The remaining fire station sections were subsequently demolished because of the threat posed to public safety. Indiana Township thus has applied, through the Iowa Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region VII Public Assistance (PA) Program for funding to re-locate and reconstruct the Fire Station. FEMA proposes to provide Public Assistance funds to relocate and rebuild the Indiana Township Fire Station.
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