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LACEY, WA. – FEMA, in partnership with the Washington State Military Department’s Emergency Management Division, will open a Disaster Recovery Center Wednesday, Jan. 19, in Skagit County to help survivors of the November flooding and mudslides.

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LACEY, WA. – FEMA, in partnership with the Washington State Military Department’s Emergency Management Division, will open a Disaster Recovery Center Wednesday, Jan. 19, in Skagit County to help survivors of the November flooding and mudslides.

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LACEY, WA. – FEMA, in partnership with the Washington State Military Department’s Emergency Management Division, will open a Disaster Recovery Center Wednesday, Jan. 19, in Skagit County to help survivors of the November flooding and mudslides.

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As part of the disaster assistance process, FEMA must determine ownership and occupancy of damaged primary residences. The agency has taken steps to make it easier to verify ownership and occupancy for disaster survivors in Clallam, Skagit and Whatcom counties and the Lummi Nation, the Nooksack Indian Tribe and the Quileute Nation who experienced loss during the November flooding.

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As part of the disaster assistance process, FEMA must determine ownership and occupancy of damaged primary residences. The agency has taken steps to make it easier to verify ownership and occupancy for disaster survivors in Clallam, Skagit and Whatcom counties and the Lummi Nation, the Nooksack Indian Tribe and the Quileute Nation who experienced loss during the November flooding.

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As part of the disaster assistance process, FEMA must determine ownership and occupancy of damaged primary residences. The agency has taken steps to make it easier to verify ownership and occupancy for disaster survivors in Clallam, Skagit and Whatcom counties and the Lummi Nation, the Nooksack Indian Tribe and the Quileute Nation who experienced loss during the November flooding.

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FEMA is committed to providing as much assistance as possible to every eligible household that was impacted by the Nov. 13-15, 2021 flooding in Washington. Part of that process involves inspecting damaged homes.

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FEMA is committed to providing as much assistance as possible to every eligible household that was impacted by the Nov. 13-15, 2021 flooding in Washington. Part of that process involves inspecting damaged homes.

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FEMA is committed to providing as much assistance as possible to every eligible household that was impacted by the Nov. 13-15, 2021 flooding in Washington. Part of that process involves inspecting damaged homes.

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LACEY, WA. – Renters in Clallam, Skagit and Whatcom counties and members of the Lummi Nation, the Nooksack Indian Tribe and the Quileute Tribe whose homes and property were damaged by the November floods can apply for federal disaster assistance.

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