FEMA gets down to business at Rocky Boy
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A spokesman for the Federal Emergency Management Agency said his agency has increased its presence on Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation and expects next week to start setting project numbers to reimburse disaster work on the reservation and in Hill County to repair the heavy flooding in mid-June.
"We have been here since June 24," Ricardo Zuniga, FEMA external affairs officer said this morning.
After high snowmelt and heavy rains in May saturated the ground and caused flooding in that month, 5 inches of rain that fell in the Bear's Paw Mountains starting June 15 ramped up the flooding, again...