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Keeping Your Disaster Dollars. Dave Rickard Disaster Recovery Manager Santa Barbara County. $37,948,516. 1990 Painted Cave Fire = $626,607 1993 Flood = $1,321,909 1995 Floods = $13,100,000 1998 El Nino Flood = $13,200.000 2001 Winter Storm = $3,200,000 FHWA Reimbursements = $5,200,000

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keeping your disaster dollars

Keeping Your Disaster Dollars

Dave Rickard

Disaster Recovery Manager

Santa Barbara County

37 948 516
$37,948,516
  • 1990 Painted Cave Fire = $626,607
  • 1993 Flood = $1,321,909
  • 1995 Floods = $13,100,000
  • 1998 El Nino Flood = $13,200.000
  • 2001 Winter Storm = $3,200,000
  • FHWA Reimbursements = $5,200,000
  • Disaster Recovery Grants (DRI) = $1,300,000
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FEMA

Special Districts

County

documentation
Documentation
  • Contracts

Request for bids

Bid Documents

Contracts

Invoice from Contractors

Warrants and Checks supporting payments

documentation1
Documentation
  • F.A. Labor
    • Time Cards and Payroll records – Activity Logs
    • Fringe benefits rate information
    • Employee listing with title and salary
    • Warrants and checks supporting payments
    • Union Agreement, if applicable
documentation2
Documentation
  • F.A. Equipment & Materials
    • Schedule of equipment used on the job (usage log)
    • Equipment Rate Schedule
    • Records for rebates, discounts, allowances and salvage value, if any
    • Fair Market Rental Agreement, if equipment was rented
    • Warehouse Receipts showing requested and used
documentation3
Documentation
  • Other Items
    • Single Audit Reports
    • Insurance Policies – Risk Management Office
    • Any other documents pertaining to all projects
    • Cost Sheet/Ledger summarizing final cost claimed on individual project
    • Chart of accounts, listings of codes, etc., in effect during disaster expenditure period.
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