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The Local Mitigation Strategy: Your Guide To A Safer Community. Mitigation: Actions we can take before a disaster or when we rebuild after a disaster, that will reduce our risk of property damage or loss of life in the future. . After the disaster…. From “why did this happen?” to

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    1. The Local Mitigation Strategy:Your Guide To A Safer Community Mitigation: Actions we can take before a disaster or when we rebuild after a disaster, that will reduce our risk of property damage or loss of life in the future.

    2. After the disaster….. • From “why did this happen?” to • How can we prevent this from happening again?

    3. Deja Vue All over again… • DCA contracted with all counties in 1998 to develop mitigation plans for their communities. • Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 requires the State and local governments to have an approved Mitigation Plan in order to be eligible for federal disaster mitigation funding • DCA contracted with all counties to update their LMS and bring into compliance with DMA 2000.

    4. Step 1: Assessing Our Risk: Vulnerability Assessment • Identify the hazards each community could face and the probability of the hazard. • Flooding • Hazardous material incidents • Severe winds from tropical storms, hurricanes, tornadoes • Lightning, droughts, freezes, sinkholes…

    5. Terrorism • The tragic events of September 11, 2001 tragically demonstrate we are not immune. • The threats are incorporated into the new LMS

    6. Step 2: Guiding Principles • Policies • Regulations • Procedures • Programs

    7. Step 3: Mitigation Strategies • What are our strengths? • What are our weaknesses? • What are our priorities toward a safer community?

    8. Step 4: Mitigation Projects: Actions to Take • Fortifying our schools (for safer shelter) and our critical facilities (fire stations, police departments, public buildings, hospitals, etc.)

    9. Step 4: Mitigation Projects: Actions to Take • Drainage improvements and flood mitigation projects

    10. Step 4: Mitigation Projects: Actions to Take • Public Education and Training

    11. Pinellas Mitigation Accomplishments • Land Acquisitions • Retrofit Of Schools And Other Key Facilities • Flood Mitigation Initiatives • Security Initiatives • Ongoing Programs – CRS Communities And Floodplain Management Plans

    12. The Local Mitigation Strategy: A Dynamic Plan • Major Update and Re-adoption – 5 years (2009) • Intermediate Revisions: • Revised at quarterly LMS meetings • After a major event (s) • After a major project has been completed

    13. Where to Find More Information • www.pinellaslms.org • www.tampabayprepares.org • www.flash.org