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April 9, 2001
Little Rock, AR -- Little River County is included in the Major Disaster Declaration for Public Assistance to governments and certain nonprofits to help with recovery from the February 14 flooding....
Arkansas
April 9, 2001
Seattle, WA -- The Seattle Federal Executive Board and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region 10 will host an Earthquake Preparedness and Recovery Road Show Wednesday, April 18 from 11...
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April 9, 2001
Olympia, WA -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Mitigation Division brings its traveling demonstration of earthquake repairs, preparedness and mitigation to Lakewood Saturday and...
Washington
April 9, 2001
Olympia, WA -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Mitigation Division brings its traveling demonstration of earthquake repairs, preparedness and mitigation to Auburn Saturday and Sunday...
Washington
April 9, 2001
FEMA FY2002 Budget Request, 150 Kb PDF document Washington, DC -- The head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reported today that the agency is asking Congress for Fiscal Year 2002...
April 6, 2001
Olympia, WA -- What: "This Strong House: The Nuts and Bolts of Strengthening" A free workshop, sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), demonstrates practical ways to rebuild...
Washington
April 6, 2001
Little Rock, AR -- The remaining $6,743,702.80 in funds from Public Assistance processed projects will be released to Hempstead County from the Arkansas Division of Emergency Management (ADEM) and...
Arkansas
April 6, 2001
Little Rock, AR -- The remaining $6,743,702.80 in funds from Public Assistance processed projects will be released to Hempstead County from the Arkansas Division of Emergency Management (ADEM) and...
Arkansas
April 6, 2001
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April 6, 2001
Olympia, WA -- Estimates to repair or restore damages caused by the Nisqually Earthquake to public entities will top $200 million. Initially more than 600 public buildings along with certain bridges...
Washington

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