Officials in Washington County, hit hard hit last month by tornadoes, say they are disappointed that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has denied the state’s request for federal disaster assistance. The county is home to Glade Spring, where four people were killed. FEMA denied the request Saturday, indicating the damage was not severe enough to qualify for federal assistance. More than two dozen tornadoes hit Virginia in April, killing 10, destroying more than 200 homes and damaging more than 1,000 others. Gov. Bob McDonnell says he’s disappointed and is considering appealing the decision.