THE WEST WING Weekly Memo 3-15-2013
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency says federal and state disaster assistance has surpassed $336 million. About 10,000 people have registered for help so far, with the deadline for applications just days away.
UPDATED 10:06 P.M. A frightening new aftershock Wednesday forced more earthquake survivors onto the capital’s streets to live and sent others fleeing to the countryside, where aid was only beginning to reach wrecked towns.
Michelle Faul and Paul Haven
, January 20, 2010
A Minnesota agency is stepping up in the U.S. response to the Haiti earthquake. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says its Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management has become the lead coordinating agency to track resources from all 50 U.S. states and some U.S. territories.
Minnesota mayors said state budget reductions could result in fewer city services, but some rural elected officials say public safety cuts would be off the table. Any reduction in state aid to his city will result in hiring delays and trimmed services, Alexandria Mayor Dan Ness said.
More than $1.6 million in financial assistance has been approved for residents of Beltrami, Clay, Marshall, Norman, Polk, Traverse and Wilkin counties, who suffered damages from flooding that began in March, according to FEMA. Two new FEMA mobile Disaster Relief Centers will open Monday at noon in Oslo and Crookston.
It was the first time Israeli forces seized an aid ship, after the navy let some boats in and turned others around.
The interception was condemned by Lebanon and Syria, adding to regional tensions in the wake of last month’s devastating Israeli offensive against the Islamic militants of Hamas who control Gaza.
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