Illinois cities and counties to share $4M in grants for Emergency Management

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SPRINGFIELD, IL. (KTVI) – Illinois Governor Pat Quinn announced Wednesday, that $4 million dollars in grants from the Illinois Emergency Management Agency will be shared with cities and counties around the state.  The money will distributed to city and county emergency management agencies to support local disaster planning.

The grants are funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency annually and are to be used for day to day operations and disaster preparation.

Here’s a list of cities and counties to receive grant money:

  • Bond County               $    2,339.75
  • Calhoun County          $    7,001.64
  • Clinton County            $  22,186.22
  • Fairview Heights         $    4,002.11
  • Granite City                 $  14,318.46
  • Macoupin County       $   24,209.02
  • Madison County          $   62,968.12
  • Randolph County        $   21,319.50
  • St. Clair County          $   65,707.18

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