Federal Emergency Management Agency
Federal Emergency Management Agency Insurance Specialist Robert Butler says the higher the levees, the lower the premiums.
A nationwide drought, the worst to hit the U.S. in decades, has lowered water levels along the Mississippi River, threatening barge traffic.
The City Council voted Monday night to approve the request to the State Emergency Management Agency, which will forward it to FEMA.
The million dollarthe safe room will hold 1,375 people.
Each of the defendants is accused of falsely claiming damage to their homes or property for disaster benefits.
Illinois Emergency Management Agency director Jonathon Monken says the state’s next step is to seek low-interest loans from the U. S. Small Business Administration.
“It has been determined that the damage was not of such severity and magnitude as to be beyond the capabilities of the State.”
The federal government is warning those who suffered losses from Missouri River flooding this summer that deadlines to file insurance claims are approaching.
“I have a couple of different friends who lost their day care centers in the tornado,” Jill Michel said. “I have been in on those conversations. To hear the numbers, well, it’s just staggering.”
Period to register for FEMA aid ends July 8.