Fallin seeks additional disaster funding

Ponca City Now - June 11, 2015 10:00 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Governor Mary Fallin and state emergency management officials are seeking federal assistance for 15 additional counties affected by recent storms and flooding.

Fallin announced Wednesday she is requesting public assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to assist with reimbursing local cities and counties for debris removal, infrastructure repairs and other storm-related expenses.

The additional counties are: Adair, Beckham, Caddo, Comanche, Creek, Garvin, Jackson, Logan, McCurtain, McIntosh, Marshall, Muskogee, Pushmataha, Sequoyah and Washita.

To date, 25 counties already have been approved by FEMA for public assistance.

 

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