AM 1180 brought you the story last month about a school in neighboring DeKalb County, Alabama that was going to be forced to “destroy” a FEMA constructed “Safe Room” that was built while Plainview School was recovering from the tornado earlier this year.  Plainview students have been taking classes in portable classrooms. DeKalb County School Superintendent Charles Warren now says that FEMA has re-examined the situation and FEMA will construct the safe room with funds that will allow the school to keep the structure on a long-term basis.  FEMA will be using what is called 404 funding – which is made up of long term mitigation funds instead of public assistance emergency funding which will allow the school to keep the safe-room and it will not have to be destroyed. AM1180 / Fort Payne Times – Journal