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NOAA, Army Corps of Engineers, others being asked to help with future prevention efforts.
In-person, remote and written testimony being accepted by Assembly’s Committee of the Whole.
Many residents paying to install rock fill along riverbank, but cost just one of many concerns.
History, future and monitoring of ice dam that caused record flooding this year focus of UAS event.
Agency responds favorably to state request after FEMA rejects disater aid.
Deadline to apply for state disaster aid is Oct. 9
A pair of Alaska teachers needed good news after they lost nearly all their possessions when their house collapsed into a river swollen by a… Continue reading
Drastic measures for Suicide Basin appear impractical, river protection more likely, officials say.
Assessors will work with state, local and tribal officials to determine if federal aid is warranted.
State and local officials offering immediate as well as longer-term help with aid requests.
Action marks another step toward seeking federal disaster assistance.
More than $20K raised at spaghetti dinner and dessert auction at TMHS
Participants in community cleanup walk the shores where items washed up a week after the disaster
As state and federal officials consider large-scale actions, residents can offer immediate help.
Property managers hopeful tons of rock fill can allow people in 12 units to return home
It will remain suspended unless new leads are discovered, trooper says.
Decision triggers relief funds for individuals as well as public entities
The gray, two-story home with white trim toppled and slid, crashing into the river below as rushing waters carried off a bobbing chunk of its… Continue reading
Assembly votes in special meeting to OK resolution requesting state action.
Officials assessing which structures might be saved, how to clean up debris and contamination.