FEMA seeks building in Boulder for office
Last Updated: 17:01 September 16, 2013
An email circulated among commercial real estate brokers on Sunday outlined the needs of FEMA and urged any brokers in the area with available space that fit the bill to contact deputy city manager Paul Fetherston.
City officials confirmed Monday that they are looking for space for a FEMA location, and that they would announce the location and what services would be available there once the location is determined.
The email sent around to brokers stated that FEMA was looking for between 2,000 and 3,000 square feet of office space, preferably in central or east Boulder, to occupy as soon as Monday. The space requires plenty of parking, including an area for the FEMA response trailer.
The email stated that FEMA would need the space for up to two months, and that rental costs would be covered by FEMA.
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