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June 25, 2003 1100 HOURS Central Gulf Coast Floods.

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1 June 25, HOURS Central Gulf Coast Floods

2 SERT CHIEF Richard Cheek

3 Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones. Thanks for your cooperation

4 SEOC LEVEL 2 ACTIVATION

5 SEOC OPERATIONAL HOURS

6 EOC Staffing STATE COORDINATING OFFICER – Eve Rainey SERT CHIEF – Richard Cheek OPERATIONS CHIEF – Jon Erwin SAFETY OFFICER – Mark Fuller ESF 5 CHIEF - David Crisp LOGISTICS CHIEF - Chuck Hagan FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF - Suzanne Adams PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER – Mike Stone RECOVERY – Charles McCool

7 SEOC Safety Brief Fire Medical Stress Severe Weather

8 STATE COORDINATING OFFICER Eve Rainey up next - meteorology

9 SERT Mission Support the efforts of the local governments in response to the event.

10 EM Tracker Access Counties can access the EM Tracker system on-line through the State Division of Emergency Management’s web site up next - Meteorology

11 METEOROLOGY Ben Nelson

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13 Wed 9:15 AM Water Vapor

14 Thurs 8 PM Forecast

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17 Sunday 8 AM Forecast Weather Map

18 INFORMATION AND PLANNING David Crisp

19 Escambia Santa Rosa Walton Okaloosa Washington Bay Holmes Jackson Calhoun Liberty Leon Franklin Wakulla Gadsden Gulf Jefferson Madison Taylor Suwannee Hamilton Lafayette Dixie Columbia Gilchrist Nassau Duval Baker ClayUnion Bradford Alachua Marion Orange Seminole St. JohnsFlagler Putnam Volusia Brevard Lake Pinellas Hillsborough Osceola Polk Sumter Lee Collier Hendry Highlands Okeechobee Indian River Palm Beach Martin Broward Miani-Dade Monroe Glades St. Lucie Areas of Impact Charlotte DeSoto HardeeManatee Sarasota Levy Pasco Hernando Citrus

20 Event Status One area of severe flooding in Sarasota County Urban and Riverine debris Residential Clean-up Resource Support to Impacted Counties Displaced individuals and families Health and Sanitation Problems

21 County Status Charlotte EOC - Partial Local State of Emergency 40 Houses Impacted DeSoto EOC – Partial Local State of Emergency Voluntary Evacuation 140 Houses Impacted

22 County Status Hardee EOC – Partial Local State of Emergency 21 Houses Impacted 60 Roads Impacted Lee County EOC – Partial Local State of Emergency 6 Houses Impacted Manatee EOC – Partial Local State of Emergency

23 County Status Sarasota EOC – Partial Local State of Emergency North Port Station 81 Staging Area 2 Shelters Trailers Likely Impacted 141 homes flooded countywide and still counting. In North Port 30 homes have water up to foundation. In North Port 25 homes have 2" to 6' of water in them. In North Port 291 streets impassable.

24 Primary Area of Flooding North Port, Sarasota County Estimated Damages Total Value $ 99,000,000 up next - SERT Chief

25 INFORMATION AND PLANNING Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations

26 SERT CHIEF Richard Cheek

27 Real World – Flooding Exercises (2) Today’s Events

28 Short Term Operational Objectives Life Threatening Situations Public Transportation High Water Vehicles Debris Management Porta-Lets Pumping Sewer and Water Utilities Search and Rescue Sheltering Comfort Stations Water Food Clean-up Kits Personal Items Boiling Water Order Health Assessments Unmet Needs

29 Provide basic assistance and move the shower trailers over there. Maintain Feeding site at the staging area. Water Distribution will be at this site and delivered by high wheel vehicle. Establish a roving feeding vehicle and establish feeding sites at main entrances to the area. Sarasota County Objectives

30 Resources Deployed Area Coordinator – North Port, Sarasota, & DeSoto Advanced Recovery Liaisons (2) Public Assistance (2) Rapid Response Team (2) Civil Air Patrol DOF Tanker Comfort Stations (2)

31 OPERATIONS CHIEF up next - Infrastructure

32 INFRASTRUCTURE

33 Infrastructure Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations up next - Human Services

34 HUMAN SERVICES

35 Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations up next - Emergency Services

36 EMERGENCY SERVICES

37 Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations up next - PIO

38 ESF 14 - PUBLIC INFORMATION up next - Logistics

39 LOGISTICS up next - Mutual Aid

40 MUTUAL AID

41 Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations up next - Finance & Admin

42 FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION Suzanne Adams

43 FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations up next - Recovery

44 RECOVERY

45 up next - SERT chief Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations

46 SERT CHIEF Richard Cheek

47 Don’t Forget to turn your phone’s ringer back on! Thanks for your cooperation

48 NEXT BRIEFING As needed.


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