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2 City of Palm Coast Flagler County Emergency Management U.S. Small Business Administration State of Florida Division of Emergency Management DPBR Workers’ Comp American Red Cross Flagler County Sheriff’s Office And Others… FPL Waste Pro Flagler Volunteer Services Property Appraiser Starlight Tornado Response

3 Emergency ResponseEmergency Response Saturday, December 14, 2013 Storm Alert received via cell phones & decision to end parade/shelter as needed National Weather Service Jacksonville issues Tornado Warning Code Red issued via National Weather Service 911 Center begins receiving phone calls Fire Department & FCSO arrive on scene

4 Emergency ResponseEmergency Response Fire Chief contacts Florida Power & Light City Manager notifies Public Works and Community Development directors, and those departments respond within 5 minutes Flagler County Emergency Services personnel arrive to assist MANY sightseers and media on scene Library designated as staging area for emergency services Communications & Marketing Division work with media at Library

5 Public Works ResponsePublic Works Response First Push: 7:45 pm Sat.-3:30 am Sun. Respond to inoperable traffic signals with generators at Belle Terre and Palm Coast Parkways Remove debris from roads Remove debris from sidewalks / trails Remove trees that could potentially cause additional damage Place temporary stop signs Tank-trucked sewer from pump stations without power until portable generators set up

6 Assessment Sunday 9am Evaluate damage Establish proper equipment and manpower Establish debris removal schedule

7 Cleanup Monday 7am

8 Cleanup Wednesday 7am Clear canals of uprooted trees, debris

9 Throughout the week: Replace damaged street signs Cut down hazardous trees Cleaned up rights-of-way 36 employees 9 inmate labor 833 hours Response and CleanupResponse and Cleanup

10 Equipment Pickup trucks Dump trucks Wood chippers Trailers Excavators Front-end loaders Skid steer Back hoe Boats Chain saws Blowers Debris removed: Public Works crews – Collected 302 cubic yards of loose debris and 204 cubic yards of chip-up debris (equivalent to tons) Waste Pro – 30 loads = tons of debris Total: approx tons, or 697,080 pounds

11 Door-to-door in affected neighborhoods for insurance needs – with American Red Cross Call volume up significantly, mainly for debris issues Customer ServiceCustomer Service

12  Key damage assessment personnel visit affected areas within first hour  Damage assessment teams dispatched early Sunday to areas identified by Fire Department  Initial damage assessment completed and documented by 2 pm Sunday  Final damage assessment values: o Partially damaged: 209 homes = $4,774,194 o Partially incapacitated: 25 homes = $1,908,742 o Destroyed: 7 homes = $587,781 o Total: 241 homes = $7,271,716 Response and RebuildingResponse and Rebuilding Damage AssessmentDamage Assessment

13 Storm damage emergency repair permits issued over-the-counter 97 permits for repair issued o Roof o Screen enclosures o HVAC damage o Windows o Garage doors o Fences Response and RebuildingResponse and Rebuilding Expedited PermittingExpedited Permitting

14 Combined efforts with State agencies  State of Florida departments were contacted to assist with public education, awareness and monitoring, and enforcement of possible unlicensed and scammer activity o Department of Business and Professional Regulation o Division of Workers’ Compensation Response and RebuildingResponse and Rebuilding Business EnforcementBusiness Enforcement

15 Response and RebuildingResponse and Rebuilding State/Federal CoordinationState/Federal Coordination Florida State Statute 252 City – Local Declaration to County County Resolution of Support and/or Declaration – Threshold = $334,936 State Declaration – $26,133,821 Federal Declaration on recommendation from FEMA Director

16 “To address unanticipated expenditures arising out of a hurricane, tornado, other major weather related events, and/or other massive infrastructure failures or other disasters, whether man-made or caused by nature” The balance at year end will be at least two one hundredths percent (0.02%) of the just value of all property in the City on July 1 of that year. FY 14 Opening Balance: $2.2 million Response and RebuildingResponse and Rebuilding Disaster Reserve FundDisaster Reserve Fund

17 Public Works labor: $17, Public Works equipment: $34, Palm Coast debris: $15,180 Waste Pro: $25, FCSO: $89, Flagler Emer. Man. staff: $2, Flagler Emer. Man. equipment: $ Flagler Co. debris: $1,000 Costs to date: $186, Response and RebuildingResponse and RebuildingCosts

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