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Santa Fe New Mexican

The director of the office tasked with administering about $4 billion in relief funding for people who suffered losses caused by the Forest Service-set Hermits Peak/Calf Canyon Fire is leaving her post as part of the consolidation of recovery operations in New Mexico.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Angela Gladwell’s departure Wednesday. FEMA plans to create a new chief operating officer position to lead the long-term recovery efforts and “reflect the change in focus from development to effective delivery at the local level,” FEMA said in a news release.

“For those with ongoing claims, rest assured — this transition won’t have any adverse impact on your claim,” the agency said in the statement.

(New Mexican file photo)

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