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May 30, 2000
St. Clair, MO -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency has opened a disaster information Helpline for those who suffered losses in the severe thunderstorms and flash flooding of May 6-7. Applicants...
Missouri
May 30, 2000
Washington, DC -- The Emergency Information Infrastructure Partnership (EIIP) announces its June schedule of online forums. To participate, please visit www.emforum.org. EIIP live online sessions are...
May 30, 2000
ATLANTA, Ga. -- Three disaster-resistance projects in coastal South Carolina's Horry County have received funding from federal, state and local governments. Each project is intended to fortify...
Region IV
May 30, 2000
Buena Vista, VA -- Bob Shea of FEMA's Mitigation Ditrectorate, George Foresman of the Virginia Department of Emergency Services (far left) join with Mayor Harold F. Kidd (second...
Region III
May 30, 2000
MADISON, Miss. -- Madison today takes a giant step toward becoming a safer home to thousands of central Mississippi residents when this growing city formalizes its commitment as a partner in the...
Region IV
May 30, 2000
Washington, DC -- To focus public attention on the importance of dam safety, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has designated May 31, 2000 as National Dam Safety Awareness Day. May 31 is the...
May 27, 2000
St. Clair, MO -- Less than two weeks after President Clinton declared 10 Missouri counties a federal disaster area, disaster assistance has topped more than $ 2.1 million, according to the Federal...
Missouri
May 26, 2000
Tivoli, Pa. -- A church, which has been flooded several times in the past five years, is moved out of harm's way and relocated 500 feet across highway 220 in Lycoming County, at a cost of $24,000....
May 26, 2000
Photographs The historic Tivoli United Methodist Church, in Lycoming County, Pennyslvania, went for a bit of a stroll May 25th, moving to a new cinderblock foundation 500 feet away on higher ground...
May 25, 2000
As Harlan Gradin, from the North Carolina Humanities Council, sees it, eastern North Carolina communities recovering from Hurricane Floyd need "not only financial resources, but also emotional...

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