PVTA Partnership with FEMA and MEMA

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Springfield, Mass., August 18, 2011 -- FEMA partners with Pioneer Valley Transit Authority (PVTA) in Springfield, MA to display a multilingual banner to be posted in the interior of every transit bus to advise survivors of the registration number and website. This highlights the “Whole Community” concept where different sectors come together to assist and help the survivors of the June 1 tornadoes.
L to R…Robert Reed-PVTA Bus Operator, Nick Russo-FCO FEMA, Mary Macinnes-PVTA Administrator, Partrick Carnavale-MEMA, Jose M. Verajano-SBA, Micheal Haughton-PVTA Bus Operator.  Alberto Pillot/FEMA
Springfield, Mass., August 18, 2011 -- FEMA partners with Pioneer Valley Transit Authority (PVTA) in Springfield, MA to display a multilingual banner to be posted in the interior of every transit bus to advise survivors of the registration number and website. This highlights the “Whole Community” concept where different sectors come together to assist and help the survivors of the June 1 tornadoes. L to R…Robert Reed-PVTA Bus Operator, Nick Russo-FCO FEMA, Mary Macinnes-PVTA Administrator, Partrick Carnavale-MEMA, Jose M. Verajano-SBA, Micheal Haughton-PVTA Bus Operator. Alberto Pillot/FEMA - Location: Springfield, MA
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