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Hurricane Charley. August 20, 2004 1830 hrs. SEOC LEVEL 1 24 Hour Operations. SERT CHIEF. Mike DeLorenzo. Up next – FEMA. FEMA. Up next – Meteorology. METEOROLOGY. Up next – Operations Chief. EMERGENCY SERVICES. Up next – Human Services. HUMAN SERVICES. Human Services.

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August 20 2004 1830 hrs

Hurricane Charley

August 20, 2004

1830 hrs


Seoc level 1 24 hour operations

SEOC LEVEL124 Hour Operations


Sert chief

SERT CHIEF

Mike DeLorenzo

Up next – FEMA


August 20 2004 1830 hrs

FEMA

Up next – Meteorology


Meteorology

METEOROLOGY

Up next – Operations Chief


Emergency services

EMERGENCY SERVICES

Up next – Human Services


Human services

HUMAN SERVICES


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Human Services

  • Current Operations –

    • Twenty three (23) shelters remain open with a population of 2018

    • 2 kitchens in support of Comfort Stations

    • 48 Canteens, 30 of which are at Comfort Stations

    • 6 Shower units

    • 597 trucks of water (2,835,750) gal have been distributed

    • 344 trucks of ice (13,760,000) lbs have been distributed

    • 351,000 meals have been delivered to various sites

    • 40,896 cans of Soy Formula.

    • 99,648 of Iron Formula

    • 53,904 cans of Good Start Formula

    • 1,694 cases of Sterile Baby Water

    • 22,512 bottles of Baby Juice

    • 6,624 cans of Baby Fruit

    • 22,512 cans of Baby veggies

    • 11,256 jars of baby meat

    • 6,000 boxes of baby cereal


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Human Services

  • As of 8-20-04 cash donations are being accepted/process through the "Volunteer Florida" website

  • www.volunteerflorida.org

  • Volunteer Florida has regisitered 3791 volunteers to date

  • The RRC is operational and is distributing goods

  • Five (5) Animal Aid Staging Areas up and running

  • Mobile Code 2 Veterinary Hospital in Hardee County

  • VMAT team in Charlotte County

  • Sufficient quantity of food at the Bartow Site

  • Unmet Needs –

    • None

  • Future Operations –

    • Monitor inventory of resources and resupply as needed

    • Support efforts of disaster feeding organizations

    • Coordinate with USDA regarding commodities

    • Continue to register volunteer and donations

    • Match goods/services with identified needs

  • Up next – Infrastructure


    Infrastructure

    INFRASTRUCTURE


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    Infrastructure

    • Current Operations –

      • 159,100 customers without electric service

      • Continue fuel support for county operations (diesel, gas and LP)

      • Continue support of roadway debris clearance & traffic control system repairs

      • One (1) public drinking water facility in Charlotte County is non-operational (145,047 customers), and Two (2) wastewater facilities in Lee County are non-operational

      • 34,500 wireline POTs customers are out of service

      • 95% wireless customers have service in Southwest Fla; Only 76% of wireless customers in Charlotte County have service

      • Coordinate radio, satellite, cell, POTs and internet connectivity telecom requests

    • Unmet Needs –

      • Monitoring fuel delivery resources


    Infrastructure2

    Infrastructure

    • Future Operations –

      • Continue to support fuel and telecom requests

      • Continue to monitor and support transportation, electrical, telecom, potable and waste water system restoration

      • Transition to recovery operations (e.g., debris removal, permanent repairs, etc.)

    Up next – Military Support


    August 20 2004 1830 hrs

    ESF 13 – MILITARY SUPPORT


    Military support

    Military Support

    • Current Operations –

      • Strength: 3915 Soldiers and Airmen on State Active Duty

      • Replacement Operations for College Students

      • Security Operations in Orange County Reduced

      • CH-47 Helicopter Resupply Missions Done

      • Engineers continue to perform missions in effected areas

      • Right-Sizing our Force

    • Unmet needs –

      • None

    • Future Operations –

      • Continue Security and Traffic Control Points

      • Humanitarian/Logistic Support at LSAs and Comfort Stations

    Up next – Logistics


    Logistics

    LOGISTICS


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    Logistics

    • Current Operations –

      • No change

    • Unmet needs –

      • Staff Rest

    • Future Operations –

      • Awaiting guidance

    Up next – Finance & Administration


    Finance administration

    FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION


    Finance and administration

    Finance and Administration

    • Current Issues –

      • Processed travel authorization requests and travel arrangements for people in the field.

      • Processing multiple purchase requisitions and purchase orders.

    • Unmet Needs –

      • None at this time

    • Future Operations –

      • Continue to support EOC, DFO, and LSA requests

    Up next – Public Information


    Esf 14 public information

    ESF 14 – PUBLIC INFORMATION

    Up next – Recovery


    Recovery

    RECOVERY


    Recovery1

    Recovery

    • Current Operations –

      • Based on PDA, the State is requesting the add on for the following Counties:

    • PA

      • Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Hardee, Highlands, Lee, Orange, Polk, Sarasota, Seminole, Volusia Counties

    • IA

      • Flagler County

      • Continue to coordinate with the FEMA and the counties on DRC's and CR Teams

      • Continue to coordinate with FEMA on the development and the implementation of disaster housing program

      • Continue transition of recovery activities to the DFO

    • Unmet needs –

      • Staffing

    • Future Operations –

      • Implementations of Disaster recovery and mitigation activities.

    Up next – SERT Chief


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    SERT CHIEF

    Mike DeLorenzo


    Don t forget to turn your phone s ringer back on

    Don’t forget to turn your phone’s ringer back on!

    Thanks for your cooperation


    Next briefing

    NEXT BRIEFING

    August 21 at 0730

    Branch Chiefs


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