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July 23, 1999
Walla Walla -- On Wednesday, July 28, Walla Walla County Board of Commissioners Chair Pam Ray will host FEMA Director of Mitigation Mike Armstrong, and an extensive partnership of local businesses,...
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July 22, 1999
Boise, Idaho -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency, working with the Idaho Bureau of Disaster Services (BDS), is providing Kootenai and Shoshone Counties in Idaho roughly one million dollars to...
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July 21, 1999
Seattle, Wash. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency has issued a request for proposals for a contract to distribute Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP) Tone-Alert Radios (...
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July 20, 1999
Walla Walla County Project Impact has announced plans for a celebration to honor its public and private partners for July 28 in Walla Walla. Mr. Michael Armstrong, the Federal Emergency Management...
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July 17, 1999
Anchorage, July 17, 1999 -- The Alaska State government's Fiscal Year 2000 began July 1, and as fiscal year digital calendars read "00," millions of dollars in payment checks to contractors,...
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July 16, 1999
Olympia, Wash. -- Washington State's proactive Y2K policies paid off in a big way on July 1, 1999. Washington State government's Fiscal Year began July 1, and as the fiscal year calendar read "00,"...
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July 16, 1999
Salem, Ore. -- This last week's dangerous flash flooding in southern California and Arizona sends a sobering reminder for Pacific Northwesterners: all flood risks aren't seasonal; all floods aren't...
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July 9, 1999
David L. de Courcy, regional director for FEMA Region 10, joined John Cline, Director of the Idaho Bureau of Disaster Services and representatives from Kootenai and Shoshone Counties in a ceremony...
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July 7, 1999
On Wednesday, July 7, 1999 -- FEMA Director James Lee Witt joined Alaska Senator Ted Stevens, Lt. Governor Fran Ulmer, Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Mike Navarre and a host of local government,...
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July 3, 1999
SEATTLE, Wash. -- Friday?s 5.5 magnitude earthquake rattled the Puget Sound area, and made itself felt north into British Columbia, and south to Seaside, Oregon. With no known fatalities, few...
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