Quinn requests FEMA help with flood damage assessments
MEREDOSIA – Gov. Pat Quinn has asked the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to assist with damage assessments in several Illinois counties devastated by flooding and severe storms. The assessments, which will begin on April 29, will provide the documentation necessary to support a request for federal assistance.
“We have seen some of the worst flooding damage to neighborhoods and homes across our state in Illinois history,” Quinn said. “The state will continue to take every step to secure assistance from the federal government that will help our communities recover.”
Since Thursday, Quinn has surveyed damage on the ground and from the air and met with local officials in some of the hardest hit communities, including Marseilles, Ottawa and North Utica.
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