On Sep. 2, KFI AM 640 Los Angeles hosts John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou conducted an interview with Karen E. Armes, who's the Acting Regional Director for FEMA's Region IX (covering CA, HI, AZ, NV, Guam, and American Samoa).
The audio is linked from here, and this is a direct link.
As with other John and Ken interviews, it didn't go too well. They were a little unfocused, but Armes also didn't really say anything beyond standard bureaucratic responses. From her bio, it doesn't appear that she has a disaster management background.
She says she doesn't anticipate the water being shut off in Los Angeles in case of an earthquake or major disaster. She points to the Northridge earthquake as an example of the water continuing to flow, however, John and Ken point out that a much more devastating quake could occur.
John Kobylt: "the way you're answering these questions is absolutely terrifying... I have zero faith that anyone is going to come and help me and my family or my neighbors or my city out for a week after something happens... I'm hearing bureaucratic gobblygook..."