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July 17, 2000
WESLACO, Texas -- A project to help communities reduce risks of damage from floods and manmade hazards was announced today by Tyrus Fain, President of Rio Grande Institute (RGI) and R. L. "Buddy"...
Region VI
July 14, 2000
Minneapolis, MN -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced today that Dakota, Fillmore, Houston and Mower counties have been added to the Presidential disaster declaration issued on...
Minnesota
July 14, 2000
In just about a week since James Lee Witt, director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), added four northwestern counties and the White Earth Reservation to Minnesota's major disaster...
Minnesota
July 14, 2000
RENTON, Wash. -- Renton property owners already enjoy reduced flood insurance premiums, and thanks to their city's participation in the National Flood Insurance Program voluntary Community Rating...
Region X
July 13, 2000
June, the first month of 2000 hurricane season, slipped by without a named tropical storm or hurricane forming in the Atlantic Basin. Unusual? Not according to the weather experts.Statistically, few...
July 13, 2000
SEATTLE, Wash. -- Boardman residences and businesses will begin receiving FREE Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program Tone Alert Radio this week. Distributors from Radio Service Company...
Region X
July 12, 2000
Bismarck, ND -- Disaster recovery teams will visit ten communities over the next three weeks to provide information to individuals who have been affected by the severe storms, flooding and ground...
North Dakota
July 12, 2000
SEATTLE, Wash. -- The first National Earthquake Risk Management Conference will be held in SEATTLE, Wash. at the SeaTac DoubleTree Hotel, September 17-22, 2000. Sponsored by the Western States...
Region X
July 11, 2000
ATLANTA, Ga. -- A federal grant will help provide storm alert radios to schools, day care centers, hospitals, 911 facilities, governmental offices and other vital Georgia agencies to ensure advance...
Region IV

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