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May 18, 2002
London, Ky. May 18, 2002 - Nearly $15 million in federal grants or loans has been approved to help Kentuckians in 52 counties that were declared disaster areas by the president following two...
Kentucky
May 18, 2002
London, Ky. May 18, 2002 - Nearly $15 million in federal grants or loans has been approved to help Kentuckians in 52 counties that were declared disaster areas by the president following two separate...
Kentucky
May 16, 2002
London, KY -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Kentucky Emergency Management (KyEM) have announced the new hours of operation for the Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) located in...
Kentucky
May 15, 2002
London, KY -- Residents and business owners in 30 Kentucky counties, who sustained damage from the severe storms and flooding of March 17-21, have less than three more weeks to apply for disaster...
Kentucky
May 15, 2002
London, KY -- With President Bush's May 7 disaster declaration, substantial federal financial assistance is available to help Kentucky communities deal with the extraordinary costs associated with...
Kentucky
May 13, 2002
London, KY -- As part of the federal/state disaster relief for the severe storms, tornadoes and flooding that began April 27, the Individual and Family Grant (IFG) program is in place to help those...
Kentucky
May 10, 2002
London, KY -- People unable to work due to the severe storms and flooding that occurred in Kentucky in March have until either May 15 or May 30, depending on when their county was declared a disaster...
Kentucky
May 10, 2002
London, KY -- Disaster assistance for Boyle, Casey, Clay, Floyd, Jackson, Knott, Knox, Larue, Laurel, Letcher, Marion, Martin, McCreary, Nelson, Pike, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Taylor, Washington and...
Kentucky
May 10, 2002
2,817 residents in 30 Kentucky counties have registered for disaster assistance since President Bush declared the March 17-21 flooding a major disaster. Disaster housing checks totaling $3,...
Kentucky
May 9, 2002
London, KY -- Two Disaster Recovery Centers, one located at a fixed site and one mobile that will be staffed with state and federal officials, will be available to provide...
Kentucky

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