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September 13, 2000
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- In the year since Hurricane Floyd battered four of the states in FEMA's Region III - Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia - the federal government has provided nearly $...
Region III
September 13, 2000
SALEM, Ore. -- Oregon Emergency Management Director Myra Thompson Lee today announced that Oregon is expanding its partnership in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) efforts to prevent damage...
Region X
September 13, 2000
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- Scottsdale joined a select list of communities across the country today when it was chosen by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to become part of the agency's...
Region IX
September 13, 2000
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Top officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) visited Tulsa, Oklahoma, today to reward the city for its outstanding achievements in reducing flood risks. At...
Region VI
September 13, 2000
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Although this hurricane season has been relatively quiet, it is important to remember what storms have struck in past Septembers. The hurricane known as the Great New England...
September 13, 2000
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Top officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) visited Tulsa, Oklahoma, today to reward the city for its outstanding achievements in reducing flood risks....
September 13, 2000
What was formerly a "recommended" practice for emergency management programs by the National Fire Protection Association, has recently attained the status of a "standard." How did it happen? What...
September 13, 2000
OLYMPIA, Wash. -- Washington Emergency Management Director Glen Woodbury today announced that Washington State is expanding its partnership in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) efforts to...
Region X
September 13, 2000
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Today the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced Project Impact: Building Disaster Resistant Communities - a nationwide effort to make America disaster resistant,...

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