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Illinois will not receive federal help for people, businesses and local governments in several counties affected by floods and severe storms. FEMA Administrator W. Craig Fugate said in a letter the damage from the floods and severe storms in December “was not of such severity and magnitude as to be beyond the capabilities of the state, affected local governments and voluntary agencies.” The state submitted a request for two types of federal assistance on Feb. 26. Individual Assistance was...

More State Money Coming For Tornado Relief

Jul 8, 2014
Peoria Public Radio

More money is on the way for Illinois communities devastated by last fall's tornadoes. Officials are making available more than $11 million dollars of state relief. Governor Pat Quinn announced the city of Washington is getting the majority of those funds. The community will use the money to repair streets and sidewalks. It's part of an overall package to help local governments recoup some of the costs associated with storm cleanup. That’s after the Federal Emergency Management Agency denied...

FEMA Deadline Extended

Jul 24, 2013

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has extended the application deadline for Illinois residents affected by extreme flooding earlier this year. Thursday was supposed to be the final day to apply for assistance.