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July 20, 2000
Minneapolis, MN -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency and Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management (DEM) will make temporary Disaster Recovery Centers available...
Minnesota
July 20, 2000
SEATTLE, Wash. -- Blue sky and summer heat warn of increased wildfire risk here in the Pacific Northwest, particularly in Idaho, eastern Oregon and eastern Washington. But according to FEMA Deputy...
Region X
July 19, 2000
BERKELEY, Calif. -- Giving new meaning to an old saying, "A stitch in time saves nine," the City of Berkeley recently unveiled a new program intended to save lives during a disaster. With community...
Region IX
July 18, 2000
Minneapolis, MN -- A temporary Disaster Recovery Center will be available in Eagan to serve victims of the severe storms and flooding in Dakota County, state and federal officials announced. The...
Minnesota
July 18, 2000
CARSON CITY, Nev. -- Carson City joined Las Vegas, Reno and Sparks in an initiative that challenges the nation to undertake actions that protect families, businesses and communities by reducing the...
Region IX
July 18, 2000
SPARKS, Nev. -- Over 40 local businesses took advantage of free disaster assessments by qualified disaster mitigation professionals in Sparks, Nev., late June. Focusing on the physical plant,...
Region IX
July 18, 2000
COURTLAND, Va. -- Hurricane Floyd drove scores of Franklin City and Southampton County residents from their homes. Ten months later, many of them still struggle with the need for long-term housing...
Region III
July 17, 2000
Minneapolis, MN -- Federal and state officials are urging everyone who suffered damage or loss during the severe storms and flooding that occurred between May 17 to July 12 to apply for disaster...
Minnesota
July 17, 2000
Washington, DC -- Only days after the passage of the Cerro Grande Fire Assistance Act, the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced today it has begun work necessary to provide victims of the...
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

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