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Governor Fallin Appeals FEMA Denial, Seeks Aid for Wildfire Victims Governor Mary Fallin today filed a formal appeal on behalf of Oklahoma wildfire victims in Cleveland, Oklahoma and Payne counties, asking the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to reverse its ... Individual Assistance Reaches More Than $3 Million in Six Days for Wildfire Survivors State and federal assistance for those impacted by the Aug. 3-14 wildfire in Creek County has already reached more than $3 million according to Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management (OEM) and th... Disaster Recovery Center to Open in Mannford
Mission Statement: Building sustainable capabilities across all phases of Emergency Management in Kansas through selfless service. The current Emergency Management Program in Kansas stems from two major legislative initiatives: the Federal Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief Act, as amended, and Chapter 48, Article 9 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated. The Division of Emergency Management is the arm of the Adjutant General's Department that provides mitigation advocacy, planning requirements and guidance, response coordination, and administration of recovery programs for the civil sector of the State, regardless of the type of hazards. The Kansas Statutes Annotated require that each county maintain a disaster agency responsible for emergency preparedness and coordination of response to disasters. The Statutes also require each county to maintain an Emergency Operations Plan that has been approved by the Division of Emergency Management.
Potassium Iodide Now Available at Additional Pharmacies for Residents within 10 Miles of Nuclear Power Plants SPRINGFIELD - People living within a 10-mile radius of the state's six operating nuclear power plants can now obtain their free Potassium Iodide (KI) pills from one of 64 participating pharmacies. The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) today announced the addition of 16 Community Pharmacy Prescription Network pharmacies to the distribution program. The pills are also available at 48 participating Walgreens stores. New Law Requires Radon Testing in Day Care Centers SPRINGFIELD – Parents of children in day care will be better informed about levels of radon in their child's facility under a new law that took effect Jan. 1, 2013.