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March 25, 2003
Richmond, KY -- State and federal officials are advising residents of Kentucky's disaster counties to be careful when hiring contractors to clean up and repair their storm-damaged homes and...
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March 24, 2003
Richmond, KY -- Here are some tips from officials to assure quick delivery of state and federal disaster assistance to Kentucky residents in the declared counties who suffered property losses in...
Kentucky
March 22, 2003
Richmond, KY -- Federal and state assistance approved for residents of Kentucky's 15 disaster counties has passed the million-dollar mark as the number of families registering for recovery aid...
Kentucky
March 21, 2003
Richmond, KY -- Kentuckians who have registered for federal and state disaster assistance can expect to have their damaged property inspected to verify losses, according to Gracia B. Szczech,...
Kentucky
March 19, 2003
Richmond, KY -- Individual Kentucky taxpayers who sustained casualty losses as a result of the Feb.15-26 severe winter storms may be able to get tax refunds from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS),...
Kentucky
March 18, 2003
Richmond, KY -- Following the traditional Boy Scout motto, Kentuckians who apply for federal/state disaster aid for losses stemming from the Feb. 15-26 winter storms, need to "be prepared" to...
Kentucky
March 16, 2003
Atlanta, GA -- Eligible persons who suffered damages during the Feb. 15-26 Kentucky storms must make application for federal-state assistance on the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) toll-...
Kentucky
March 14, 2003
Washington, D.C. -- The head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced today that President Bush has authorized the use of federal disaster funds to help people and communities in...
Kentucky
June 28, 2002
Monday, July 8, is the final day for residents and business owners in Kentucky's 32 disaster-declared counties to register for assistance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Anyone...
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June 21, 2002
London, KY -- Kentucky residents who have been ravaged by floods, tornadoes, severe winds and hailstorms throughout the spring have received $29.4 million in state and federal...
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