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March 4, 1999
» Director Witt's complete opening statement WASHINGTON, D.C. -- FEMA Director James Lee Witt visited the Senate side of Capitol Hill this morning to discuss the agency's the FY2000 budget request...
March 4, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- James L. Witt, the director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, announced today that the agency's accounting of its 1998 financial activities - the first fully...
March 4, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A severe storm system moved across parts of Washington state on March 2 to 3, bringing periods of heavy rain and powerful wind gusts of more than 100 mph to coastal areas. Rough...
March 4, 1999
» For complete FEMA coverage of winter storms WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Over the past two days, the National Weather Service (NWS) reports a strong low-pressure system brought severe weather including...
March 4, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Fischer fire in Comal County, Texas is approximately 90 percent contained. This fire burned about 1,500 acres and forced up to 300 people to evacuate their homes on March 2....
March 4, 1999
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Free legal assistance is available from the Young Lawyers Section of the Arkansas Bar Association to the victims of the devastating tornadoes, severe storms, high winds and...
Arkansas
March 4, 1999
The President's Long Term Recovery Action Plan For Puerto Rico (PDF Version) Message from the President Message from the Governor Executive Summary Long-Term...
Puerto Rico
March 4, 1999
BOSTON, Mass. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the State of Maine have partnered to provide funding totaling $417,964 to make possible for Freeport, Maine to undertake the Old...
Region I
March 3, 1999
» Director Witt's complete opening statement WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Yesterday, FEMA Director James Lee Witt visited Capitol Hill to discuss the agency's the FY2000 budget request. He appeared...
March 3, 1999
SEATTLE, Wash. -- Powerful Pacific storms have soaked rivers and river basins to overflow, saturated mudslide-prone hillsides, and stuffed snow packs to record-breaking levels. It's not over yet,...
Region X

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