October 19, 2000
Miami, FL -- The federal coordinating officer in charge of recovery from this month's flooding disaster in South Florida expressed concern today that many people who suffered losses may be forfeiting...
October 18, 2000
Miami, FL -- The floods that hit South Florida on Oct. 3rd damaged thousands of homes and businesses, but it also put a lot of people out of work. Residents of Broward, Collier, Miami-Dade, and...
October 18, 2000
Mobile Disaster Recovery Center Moves To North Miami Beach; Broward County Disaster Recovery Center To Close Saturday
Miami, FL -- A specially equipped mobile disaster recovery center (DRC) continues to reach out to disaster-struck residents in Miami-Dade County. The center will move from West Miami to North Miami...
October 17, 2000
Miami, FL -- State and federal disaster officials urge any victims of the early October rains who have registered for assistance and have questions or concerns about disaster-related needs to call...
October 16, 2000
Miami, FL -- Federal and State disaster officials urged residents in South Florida to take immediate action to clean up and throw out flood-damaged household goods as quickly as possible. Wet or...
October 13, 2000
Miami, FL -- More than 30,000 people who suffered damage in the recent flooding have applied to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for assistance since President Clinton declared Broward,...
October 8, 2000
Miami, FL -- Miami-Dade, Broward, Collier and Monroe, the four south Florida counties declared eligible for disaster aid October 4, have flood insurance coverage that amounts to a staggering $107,909...
October 7, 2000
Washington, DC -- Cleaning up a disaster-damaged home - one of the first steps toward recovery - can be a difficult and disheartening task. It can also be dangerous. The Federal Emergency Management...
October 6, 2000
Miami, FL -- Miami-Dade and Broward Counties Friday were declared eligible for federal infrastructure programs through the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The announcement came after FEMA...
October 5, 2000
FEMA Assistance Available For Residents, Businesses; Those With Minimal Damage Asked To Wait Before Calling
Washington, DC -- James L. Witt, director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), urged those with minimal damage to wait a few days before calling to register for federal disaster aid now...