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Interagency Hazard Mitigation Team report Tropical Storm Floyd : long-term hazard mitigation alternatives and funding sources for state and local governments. by

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hurricanes -- New York (State),
  • Hurricane Floyd, 1999.,
  • Hurricane protection -- New York (State)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesTropical Storm Floyd
ContributionsUnited States. Federal Emergency Management Agency.
The Physical Object
Pagination[2] 145 p. :
Number of Pages145
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23007214M

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  progress report regarding the implementation of the SHMP, beginning on January 1, Since the membership and purpose of this new Natural Hazards Interagency Workgroup was similar to two other statewide mitigation groups – the State Hazard Mitigation Plan Advisory Team File Size: KB. Guidance and access to funding to improve state and local hazard data (promoter of new data needs including new hazards) Hazards FIT should evolve in a way that makes the customer of the data more important than in the past. In other words, its not just about the data, but also the Users. State Interagency Hazard Mitigation Team Meeting location: This meeting was held in the State Emergency Coordination Center (ECC) within Marian said that each state agency can choose to report quarterly or semi-annually, whichever works better for them. 1 LCOG is Lane Council of Governments. Flooding remains the leading cause of natural-disaster loss across the United States. The Interagency Flood Risk Management (InFRM) team brings together Federal Partners with mission areas of hazard mitigation, emergency management, floodplain management, natural resources management or conservation to leverage the skillsets, resources and programs to determine the needs of .

State Interagency Hazard Mitigation Team Meeting Agenda Meeting Date & Time: Thursday, Ap , a.m. to p.m. Meeting Location: Maj. Gen. Donald N. Anderson Readiness Center State Street1 Salem OEM’s Main Conference Room2 Call-In Number: telephone: , participant code: Mitigation Assessment Team Report: Hurricane Andrew in Florida () On Aug , Hurricane Andrew struck southern Dade County, Florida. In conducting its survey, the MAT investigated primary structural systems of buildings (i.e.; systems that support the building against all lateral and vertical loads experienced during a. State Interagency Hazard Mitigation Team Meeting location: This meeting was held in the main conference room of OEM within the Donald N. Anderson Readiness Center in Salem. Oregon Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan Annual Report (agenda #5). In July , former Administrator Brock Long announced his intention to enhance the Agency’s customer service and the efficiency of its program delivery by embedding staff with its State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial (SLTT) partners. FEMA solicited input on the FIT concept from internal and external stakeholders and received more than comments.