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Hurricane Charley. August 22, 2004 1830 hrs. SEOC LEVEL 1 Activation. SEOC OPERATIONAL HOURS. 0700 – 1900 All ESFs 0000 – 2400 Operations & Planning. SERT CHIEF. Mike DeLorenzo. Up next – FEMA. FEMA. Up next – Meteorology. METEOROLOGY.

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august 22 2004 1830 hrs

Hurricane Charley

August 22, 2004

1830 hrs

seoc operational hours
SEOC OPERATIONAL HOURS

0700 – 1900 All ESFs

0000 – 2400 Operations & Planning

sert chief

SERT CHIEF

Mike DeLorenzo

Up next – FEMA

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FEMA

Up next – Meteorology

recovery forecast

Monday:

  • Scattered showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly after 2 PM
  • Partly cloudy, with a high around 90
  • Heat indices as high as 100
  • Chance of rain 60 percent
  • Tonight:
  • Scattered showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly before 8pm
  • Chance of rain 60 percent
  • Low near 74
  • West wind at 6 mph becoming south-southeast
Recovery Forecast
current satellite tropical atlantic
Current Satellite - Tropical Atlantic

Tropical Storm Formation Not Expected Through Monday

Up next – Operations Chief

operations chief

OPERATIONS CHIEF

Up next – Emergency Services

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Emergency Services

EMERGENCY SERVICES
  • Current Operations –
    • Working on 7 temp. facilities for fire stations
    • No change in death count @ 25
    • Port-o-lets!
  • Unmet Needs –
    • Mosquito spraying- needed
    • Lack of staff for medical needs still an issue
  • Future Operations –
    • Demob: USAR, Strike teams etc. ~75% by Tues
    • LE opening new command post in Hardee Co
    • Preparing for transition to forward SERT

Up next – Human Services

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Human Services
  • Current Operations –
    • Continue to support established DRCs
    • Continue efforts to meet intermediate and long-term housing needs
    • Continue to secure housing for displaced population
    • Continue to support Comfort and Feeding Stations as required
    • Continue shelter operations as necessary
    • Contribute distribution of food, water and ice
  • Unmet Needs –
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Continue efforts to meet intermediate and long term housing needs
    • Continue to establish new DRCs, Comfort and Feeding stations as necessary

Up next – Infrastructure

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Infrastructure
  • Current Operations –
    • 84,078 customers without electric service
    • Continue fuel support for impacted county operations (diesel, gasoline and LP)
    • Continue support of roadway debris clearance & traffic control system repairs
    • 20,100 wire line POTs customers are out of service
    • 98% wireless customers have service in Southwest Florida
    • Coordinating radio, satellite, cell, POTs and internet connectivity telecom requests
  • Unmet Needs –
    • Monitoring fuel delivery resources
  • 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

military support
Military Support
  • Current Operations –
    • Strength: 3170
    • Security missions continue (798)
    • Continue to support LSA 1 & 2
    • Rotary wing aircraft continue to support recon and damage assessment
  • Unmet needs –
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Support law enforcement with security forces and traffic control
    • Provide logistical support and humanitarian support
    • Right sizing our forces

Up next – Logistics

logistics

LOGISTICS

Up next – Finance & Administration

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Finance & Administration
  • Current Operations –
    • Various PO's - equipment & security
  • Unmet Needs –
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Assist with purchasing & deployment
    • Continue to document costs

Up next – Public Information

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ESF 14 – PUBLIC INFORMATION

Up next – Recovery

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Recovery
  • Current Operations –
    • We have Completed Damage Assessments for 34 counties
    • We have completed two applicant briefings
    • There are 16 applicant briefings scheduled for next week
    • 16 Teams of Public Assistance Coordinators are ready to go to the impacted counties on Monday, 8/23/04
  • Unmet needs –
    • Staffing
  • Future Operations –
    • Compiling the Damage Project Work Sheets

Up next – SERT Chief

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SERT CHIEF

Mike DeLorenzo

next briefing

NEXT BRIEFING

August 23 at 0730

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