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Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security.
This notice amends the notices of emergency declarations for 44 States and the District of Columbia granted due to the influx of evacuees from areas struck by Hurricane Katrina.
October 1, 2005.Start Further Info
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Magda Ruiz, Recovery Division, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Washington, DC 20472, (202) 646-2705.End Further Info End Preamble Start Supplemental Information
Notice is hereby given that the incident periods for the following emergencies are closed effective October 1, 2005:
Arkansas (FEMA-3215-EM), Texas (FEMA-3216-EM), Tennessee (FEMA-3217-EM), Georgia (FEMA-3218-EM), Oklahoma (FEMA-3219-EM), Florida (FEMA-3220-EM), West Virginia (FEMA-3221-EM), North Carolina (FEMA-3222-EM), Utah (FEMA-3223-EM), Colorado (FEMA-3224-EM), Michigan (FEMA-3225-EM), District of Columbia (FEMA-3226-EM), Washington (FEMA-3227-EM), Oregon (FEMA-3228-EM), New Mexico (FEMA-3229-EM), Illinois (FEMA-3230-EM), Kentucky (FEMA-3231-EM), Missouri (FEMA-3232-EM), South Carolina (FEMA-3233-EM), South Dakota (FEMA-3234-EM), Pennsylvania (FEMA-3235-EM), Kansas (FEMA-3236-EM), Alabama (FEMA-3237-EM), Indiana (FEMA-3238-EM), Iowa (FEMA-3239-EM), Virginia (FEMA-3240-EM), Arizona (FEMA-3241-EM), Minnesota (FEMA-3242-EM), Nevada (FEMA-3243-EM), Idaho (FEMA-3244-EM), Nebraska (FEMA-3245-EM), Connecticut (FEMA-3246-EM), North Dakota (FEMA-3247-EM), California (FEMA-3248-EM), Wisconsin (FEMA-3249-EM), Ohio (FEMA-3250-EM), Maryland (FEMA-3251-EM), Massachusetts (FEMA-3252-EM), Montana (FEMA-3253-EM), Rhode Island (FEMA-3255-EM), Maine (FEMA-3256-EM), New Jersey (FEMA-3257-EM), New Hampshire (FEMA-3258-EM), New York (FEMA-3262-EM), and Delaware (FEMA-3263-EM).Start Signature
R. David Paulison,
Under Secretary for Federal Emergency Management, and Director of FEMA.
[FR Doc. E6-17027 Filed 10-12-06; 8:45 am]
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