Gov. Dave Heineman is hosting a second gathering of governors in Omaha to discuss Missouri River flood issues.
Heineman will be joined at the closed-door meeting Monday by Govs. Terry Branstad of Iowa, Sam Brownback of Kansas, Jack Dalrymple of North Dakota and Dennis Daugaard of South Dakota.
Gov. Jay Nixon of Missouri will participate via phone and have senior staff at the meeting. Gov. Matt Mead of Wyoming is sending a representative.
Army Corps of Engineers Gen. John McMahon and other corps officials are expected to outline their strategy for operating the river and reservoir system to help prevent a recurrence of the extreme flooding that occurred this year.
Federal Emergency Management Agency officials will discuss emergency programs and coordination between states and the federal government.
The meeting will be at Gallup on the riverfront.
The governors first met Aug. 19 in Omaha, pledging to put regional differences aside and focus on flood control.
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