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Title: Hurricane Wilma


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Hurricane Wilma
ESF Briefing October 29, 2005
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Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy
out all phones.
Silence All Phones and Pagers
  • Thanks for your cooperation.

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Safety Briefing
  • Fire
  • Medical
  • Stress
  • Severe Weather
  • Parking

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SEOC LEVEL124-Hour Operations
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Unified Command EOC Staffing
  • STATE and FEDERAL COORDINATING OFFICERS
  • Craig Fugate Scott Morris
  • SERT CHIEF
  • Mike DeLorenzo Justin DeMello
  • OPERATIONS CHIEF
  • Mark Fuller Gracia Szczech
  • INFORMATION AND PLANNING CHIEF
  • David Crisp
  • LOGISTICS CHIEF
  • Chuck Hagan Joe Burchette
  • FINANCE ADMIN CHIEF
  • Suzanne Adams
  • PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
  • Mike Stone Nicole Jerger
  • RECOVERY
  • Frank Koutnik

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State Coordinating Officer
Craig Fugate Scott Morris
Up Next SERT Chief
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SERT Chief
Eve Rainey Justin DeMello
Up Next Meteorology
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Meteorology
Amber Dooley
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Hurricane Beta - Satellite Image
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Hurricane Beta 5PM Advisory
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Water Vapor
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Forecast Rainfall 8PM Mon through 8PM Tues
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Volusia
Impacts WATER ENTERS THE FIRST STORY OF HOMES ON
WHITCOMB ROAD BETWEEN CROSSOVER AND LAKE HARNEY
ROAD. WATER COVERS MULLET LAKE PARK
Seminole
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Dont Bother to Boo, Im Already Crying
  • Moving Westward
  • 600 miles E of Lesser Antilles
  • Upper level winds becoming more favorable for
    slow development

Up Next Information Planning
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Information Planning
David Crisp
Up Next Operations
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Saturday, October 29th
Wednesday, October 26th
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Planning Considerations Emergency Workers will
be going into Hazardous areas.
Sanitation becoming a problem to residents and e
mergency workers. Electric outages severe in mo
st south Florida Counties. Debris clearance is
ongoing. Mass Care operations will be long term
. Spot Fuel Outages. Many communities making
the transition to recovery.
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Planning Considerations
Election on Tuesday in Miami. Transition to int
ermediate shelter and temporary housing
There will be a lot of responders in south Flori
da communicate communicate communicate.
Keep the emergency worker safe.
Up Next - Operations
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Operations
Mark Fuller Gracia Szczech
Up Next ESF 13
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Hurricane Wilma Unified Command IAP 10
Operational Period 1900 10-26-05 to 1900 10-27-05
Up Next ESF 13
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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
Up Next ESF 2
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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Current Issues
  • TOLL STATUS
  • Tolls remain suspended until further notice as
    follows
  • Northbound and southbound Floridas Turnpike from
    the US 1-Florida City interchange (Exit 1) in
    Miami-Dade County to the Three Lakes mainline
    toll plaza at Milepost 236 in Osceola County
  • Northbound and southbound Sawgrass Expressway
    (Toll 869)
  • Eastbound and westbound Alligator Alley (I-75)

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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Current Issues.
  • District 4
  • Broward
  • Signals 72 signals now operating on FPL power
    44 signals are ready for power 9 signals working
    on generators 29 (17 Contractor, 12 County)
    crews working.
  • Palm Beach
  • 90 of the overhead sign structures have been
    inspected. 5 of the overhead signs have
    sustained damage.
  • Signals 120 signals now working on FPL power,
    anticipate another 50 by end of day 10 signals
    now working on generator power 41 crews working
    (25 county, 16 contractor) Boca Raton 25 out
    of 120 signals now working,

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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Current Issues.
  • District 4 (continued)
  • DOT Facilities District Office Power on in
    building via generator. Generator has had
    operational difficulties, being resolved.
    Anticipate full operation Monday. Computer
    network has been rerouted through D4 ITS to D6
    server.
  • Materials Office Generator from D3 on site,
    being installed. Employees have reported, will
    work at Materials Lab or relocate as needed until
    power restored.
  • Fort Lauderdale Operations Open for operation.
  • WPB Operations Open for operation.
  • Fort Pierce Operators Open for operation.

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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Current Issues (continued)
  • District 6
  • Miami-Dade County was sectored into 15 Zones, and
    teams were deployed into each Zone. Monroe
    County was sectored into 6 Zones, and teams were
    deployed into each Zone. These Damage Survey
    Teams reviewed their respective zone for damage.
    Most assessments were completed for STRUCTURES
    FACILITIES, TRAFFIC SIGNALS, LUMINAIRES Street
    Lighting, SIGNAGE, DEBRIS, and FLOODING Dade
    Monroe Counties
  • Miami-Dade - Metrorail is operating Sunday
    service.

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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Turnpike
  • Turnpike EOC is activated in Pompano and
    operating from 7a to 7p
  • Turnpike service plazas in south Florida are
    still reporting long lines, but not as long as in
    previous days.
  • Fort Pierce/St. Lucie service plaza currently
    selling gas and diesel with no limit
  • West Palm Beach/Lake Worth service plaza
    currently has a 30.00 limit on gas and a 50.00
    limit on diesel.
  • Pompano Beach service plaza currently selling as
    and diesel with no limit
  • Snapper Creek service plaza currently has a
    30.00 limit on gas and is dispensing diesel to
    emergency response vehicles only
  • Turnpike staff currently being utilized to direct
    traffic at the 4 south Florida plazas. Staff is
    also dispensing limited quantities of canned
    water to motorists who are waiting in the lengthy
    lines for fuel.
  • Turnpike roads are all up and operational.
    Damage continues to be confined to signs, fences,
    poles and other structures.

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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Current Issues (continued)
  • Army Corp of Engineers
  • The Okeechobee Waterway is closed from Moore
    Haven Lock to the St. Lucie Lock
  • South Florida Water Management District
  • Many pumping stations damaged but operational
  • Civil Air Patrol
  • Demobilizing

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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Debris management
  • Road repair
  • Road sign repair
  • Support mission under unified command

Up Next ESF 2
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ESF 2 Communications
Up Next ESF 49
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ESF 2 Communications
  • Current Issues
  • Continue to coordinate fuel allocation for the
    communications service providers
  • Coordinated facilitated repair installation
    activities on behalf of the wireless industry
  • Deployed assets as of today
  • 636 cell-phones - 25 sat-phones
  • 9 air-cards
  • 16 conference bridge lines (100/40 port)
  • 16 FRS 2-way radios
  • LSA- Lakeland
  • 2 Tracstars- Lakeland LSA up operational
  • 60 POTS installed today- 2 DSL lines operational
  • LSA-Homestead
  • 2 Tracstars-Homestead LSA up operational
  • 20 POTS activated operational 756
  • 20 POTS in building 741 ETA 10/29 PM
  • 1 T1 line repair ETA 10/30
  • 1 COW on-site up operational
  • LSA- WPB
  • 2 Tracstar - WPB LSA up operational

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ESF 2 Communications
  • Current Issues (continued)
  • Telephone outages Landline reported
  • Region 6 - approx 5,700 / 1.8 million outages (no
    reported changes)
  • Region 7 - approx 363,000/4.4 million (450,000
    restored 10/28)
  • Total approx 375,700 / 6.2 million customers
    (450,00 lines restored 10/28)

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ESF 2 Communications
  • Current Issues (continued)
  • Cell Wireless Coverage
  • Region 4 - avg 98 (back to normal outages)
  • Region 5 - avg 98 (back to normal outages)
  • Region 6 - avg 95 operational (1 increase)
  • Region 7 - avg 92 operational (11 increase)

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ESF 2 Communications
  • Current Issues (continued)
  • 25 COWS deployed - S FL
  • 4 COLTS deployed - S FL (1 expected _at_ FDOT
    District 4 in Ft. Lauderdale)
  • SLERS Statewide Law Enforcement Radio System -
    Network 100 Operational
  • 16 sites on emergency power
  • Generators on refueling schedule
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Support communications response/recovery/operation
    al needs for state and county agencies and ESF's

Up Next ESF 49
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ESF 49 Firefighting and Search Rescue
Up Next ESF 6
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ESF 49 Fire Fighting Search Rescue
  • Current Issues
  • 3 Engines and 3 Fire Inspectors deployed to
    Collier County.
  • 7 Water Tankers deployed to Broward County
    (possibly partially demobilized 10/29/2005 or
    10/30/2005)
  • 1 Engine Strike Team deployed to Davie (Broward
    County)
  • 6 personnel from State Fire Marshal, Bureau of
    Fire and Arson Investigations deployed to
    Lauderhill (Broward County).
  • 1 MARC Unit (Mutual Aid Radio Communication)
    deployed to Hendry County.
  • 5 Advanced Life Support units, 5 Engines deployed
    to Monroe County. (Will demobilize 10/30/05)
  • DOF 6000 Gallon Tanker (1) deployed to Monroe
    County (Everglades National Park).
  • DOF Green Team (Type II) at Volusia Fairgrounds
  • DOF (Type III IMT) at Plant City
  • DOF Liaison to Broward County
  • DOF Strike Team in Hendry County
  • DOF Two tankers deployed to Broward County
    (10/28/2005)

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ESF 49 Fire Fighting Search Rescue
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Monitor for additional requests for assistance
  • Identify additional resources for future needs

Up Next ESF 6
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ESF 6 Mass Care
Up Next ESF 8
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ESF 6 Mass Care
  • Current Issues
  • 9 Counties have 19 shelters housing 2,288
    individuals. Several communities are assessing
    the need for longer term sheltering.
  • Meals - 207,907 served yesterday
  • Southern Baptists have 18 Kitchens operational.
  • ARC had 51 Fixed Feeding sites and 67 Mobile
    routes.
  • TSA has 32 units in the field,- 7 of them are
    roving.
  • Unmet Needs
  • Fuel for the Kitchens
  • Future Operations
  • Continue coordinating the acquisition of
    resources for distribution to effected
    communities by TSA and the ARC.

Up Next ESF 8
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ESF 8 Health Medical
Up Next ESF 10
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ESF 8 Health Medical
  • Current Issues
  • Total deployments include 44 personnel as of 1130
    today.
  • Post-incident stress debriefing teams
  • Relief for local CHD staff who have had storm
    damage at their homes
  • Refresh staff for LSAs in Lakeland and West Palm
  • Deployed Epidemiology staff into Key West for
    health assessment today
  • Needs assessment team deploying to AG Holley from
    North Carolina
  • Hospital surveillance will be complete with
    status report this weekend
  • Assessing environmental health issues
  • Problems identified with usage of automatic ice
    makers despite boil water alerts in impacted
    area
  • Problems identified with restaurants serving
    responders meats and cheeses that were improperly
    refrigerated
  • Educating restaurants, grocery stores, day cares
    and schools on environmental health matters
  • Estimated ESF8 emergency response costs thus far
    4,379,342
  • Damage assessments of DOH facilities estimated at
    476,000

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ESF 8 Health Medical
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue to support field operations
  • Begin to demobilize ESF8 assets

Up Next ESF 10
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ESF 10 Hazardous Materials
Up Next ESF 11
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ESF 10 Hazardous Materials
  • Current Issues
  • Local DEP Bureau of Emergency Response HazMat
    Assessment Teams responding to incidents.
    Majority of incidents are sunken vessels and
    abandoned containers.
  • All out-of-area ESF 10 HazMat Assessment Teams
    demobed.
  • 25 FlaWARN teams (100 people) assisting water
    wastewater facilities.
  • All known issues at significant water facilities
    are being addressed by FlaWARN teams.
  • Smaller facilities are being evaluated and
    assisted as FlaWARN Teams become available.
  • EPA Field water facilities staff being
    demobilized today.
  • EPA facilitating Miccosukee Tribe water
    facilities issues.
  • Port of Key West remains at ZULU. All other
    ports at condition IV.

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ESF 10 Hazardous Materials
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • State parks cleanup continues - some parks remain
    closed, see ESF 10 for most current list.
  • HazMat cleanups continue as needed.
  • FlaWARN teams continue to work with water
    facilities.
  • Beach assessments continuing - see ESF 10 for
    most current assessments.
  • ESF 10 coordinating solid waste and debris
    disposal issues.

Up Next ESF 11
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ESF 11 Food Water
Up Next ESF 12
Up Next ESF 12
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ESF 11 Food Water
  • Current Issues
  • 508 trucks of water delivered to LSA's.
  • 519 trucks of ice delivered to LSA's.
  • 13,446 cases of baby food, formula and supplies
    shipped to date, additional product has been
    received
  • 2,390 cases of USDA commodity shipped to date
  • LSA team at LSA West Palm Beach
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Coordinating deliveries of USDA commodities to
    state contracted warehouse and to ARC and TSA
  • Continue to monitor and re-supply the LSA's as
    needed

Up Next ESF 12
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ESF 12 Energy
Up Next ESF 13
Up Next ESF 13
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ESF 12 Energy
  • Current Issues - Fuels
  • Bulk Fuel in Ports-
  • Bulk Fuel in Ports-
  • Florida normally uses 25 million gallons per day
    of bulk fuel.
  • 192 million gallons, mg, available now.
  • 194 million gallons available in 3 days.
  • 275 million gallons available in 9 days.
  • Result - average of 180-260 million gallons
    available per day for the next 9 days. Fla.
    tries to have at least 100 mg in ports.
  • Retail Outlets - Problem areas(166 outlets
    called)
  • Palm Beach County - 63 had plenty, 13 were low,
    24 were out. 18 no answers.
  • Broward Counties - 75 had plenty. 25 had no
    fuel or had no power, 48 no answers.
  • Miami-Dade Counties - 68 had plenty, 9 were
    low, 23 were out. 11 had no power, 24 no
    answers.

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ESF 12 Energy
  • Current Issues Electric - DAY 5 OF RESTORATION
  • TRACKER 380 - OUTAGE LISTINGS. TRACKER 390 FOR
    ESTIMATED TIMES OF RESTORATION .
  • Total Outages - 1.3 million Originally 3.6
    million.
  • FPL - 1.2 million
  • FPL ESTIMATED TIMES OF RESTORATION (ETR)
  • Go to the following 4 locations to see the latest
    FPL ETR maps
  • 1. Tracker 380.
  • 2. Groove - FYI Tab - View By Organization - ESF
    12.
  • 3. 2' by 3' map located outside the door to ESF
    12.
  • 4. 2' by 3' map located in the hallway leaving
    this room.

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ESF 12 Energy
  • Current Issues Electric (continued)
  • FPL HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOME STATUS
  • Hospitals - 192 affected in FPL area, 0 out at
    this time - 100 restoration.
  • Nursing Homes - 211 affected in FPL area, 54 out
    at this time - 74 restoration.
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue monitoring fuel and electricity issues
    and responding to tracker messages.

Up Next ESF 13
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ESF 13 Military Support
Up Next ESF 14
Up Next ESF 14
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ESF 13 Military Support
  • Current Issues
  • 3,548 Soldiers Airmen on SAD (WILMA)
  • WILMA cost 5,497,634 (as of 28 Oct 05)
  • TF 53 Yellow Zone (Broward, Dade, Palm Beach,
    Glades and Hendry Counties) with 6 battalions and
    1,407 soldiers
  • TF164 Returning to homestation for recovery
    operations, 2 battalions and 744 Soldiers
  • TF 50 Blue Zone (Monroe County) 2 LSAs (LSA
    Palm Beach County Fairgrounds, LSA Homestead Air
    Reserve Base) with 2 battalions and 619 Soldiers
  • Provide SEOC support with ESF 5, ESF 13
    Logistics
  • SERT LNOs in 7 counties
  • Continue to support PODS in affected counties
  • AL, GA, and TX EMAC returned to homestation
  • Unmet needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue to work tasked missions
  • Continue to right-size for current operations
  • Plan and prepare for future requests

Up Next ESF 14
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ESF 14 Public Information
Mike Stone Nicole Jerger
Up Next ESF 15
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ESF 14 Public Information
  • Current Issues
  • Continue to field media calls re SERT activity
  • Produced daily 1300 Media Briefing
  • Addtional news feed of So. FL operations via
    FLNG
  • Sat truck and MM crews.
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue "Open for Biz" resource listings
  • Assist EOG External Affairs with Executive tours
  • and media events

Up Next ESF 15
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ESF 15 Volunteers Donations
Up Next ESF 16
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ESF 15 Volunteers Donations
  • Current Issues
  • Continue to match donations to county needs
  • Continue to support POD staffing
  • Volunteer and Donations Hotline is running
    8am-5pm (1-800-FL-HELP1)
  • Assessment of county volunteer management needs
    and available resources
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Develop strategy to assist Volunteer groups with
    liability issues

Up Next ESF 16
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ESF 16 Law Enforcement
Up Next ESF 17
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ESF 16 Law Enforcement
  • Current Issues
  • 1008 State and Local LE deployed
  • Continue to assess and redeploy to Palm Beach,
    Broward and Dade Counties as required.
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue to support local law enforcement.

Up Next ESF 17
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ESF 17 Agriculture Animal Protection
Up Next Finance Administration
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ESF 17 Agriculture Animal Protection
  • Current Issues
  • ESF17 Incident Command Post in Kissimmee at the
    Osceola IFAS Extension Office
  • 8 Assessment and Response Teams deployed to Palm
    Beach and Glades counties
  • State Agricultural Response Team (SART) partner
    agencies assisting with damage assessments and
    response efforts
  • Assisting Palm Beach County with animal needs in
    Belle Glade area-
  • Assesment in West Coast and Keys completed. No
    critical needs at this time.
  • Unmet Needs
  • Fuel shortages reported for veterinary hospitals,
    animal shelters and dairy producers
  • Future Operations
  • Complete final assessments
  • Demob of ICP personnel
  • FDACS Ag. Environmental Services evaluating
    Mosquito Spraying missions

Up Next Finance Administration
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Finance Administration
Up Next Logistics
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Finance Administration
  • Current Issues
  • Issued PO for 25,000 tarps
  • Issued PO for 300 fence posts
  • Travel arrangements for DEM staff
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue to make purchases and handle staff
    deployments as needed
  • Track Costs of Hurricane Wilma

Up Next Logistics
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Unified Logistics Section
Chuck Hagan Joe Burchette
Up Next Recovery
Up Next EMAC Mutual Aid
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Unified Logistics Section
  • Current Issues
  • Unmet Needs
  • Future Operations

Up Next EMAC Mutual Aid
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EMAC Mutual Aid
Up Next Recovery
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EMAC Mutual Aid
  • In-State Mutual Aid
  • Current Situation
  • Continuing to monitor/track teams in the field
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Ops
  • Continue to support missions as required
  • ARFs 56

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EMAC Mutual Aid
  • States providing Assistance through EMAC
  • as of Saturday 29 October
  • Arizona Logistics MCC Manager
  • Alabama NG Aircraft
  • District of Columbia IMT Personnel
  • Georgia DRC Coordination Team, NG Aircraft
  • Kentucky EMAC A-Team, NG Communications
    Personnel
  • Maryland IMT Personnel, NG Communications
    Personnel
  • Mississippi NG Aircraft
  • Missouri NG Communications Team
  • New York Health Assessment Team, NG Aircraft
  • North Carolina NG Aircraft
  • South Carolina NG Communications Team, Aircraft
  • Texas NG Communications Team, Aircraft
  • Tennessee NG Aircraft
  • Pennsylvania NG Communications Team
  • Utah Donations Personnel
  • Virginia IMT Personnel, Donations
    Personnel, Logistics Planner

Up Next Recovery
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Recovery
Up Next SERT Chief
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Recovery
  • Current Issues
  • Several request to amend FEMA-1609-DR. See
    Updates to Tracker Message 734.

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Holmes
Jackson
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Okaloosa
Walton
Gadsden
Nassau
Washington
Calhoun
Hamilton
Jefferson
Leon
Bay
Madison
Duval
Columbia
Wakulla
Suwannee
Baker
Liberty
Taylor
Clay
Union
Gulf
Franklin
Lafayette
Bradford
St. Johns
Gilchrist
Alachua
Putnam
Dixie
Flagler
Levy
Marion
Volusia
Lake
Citrus
Seminole
Sumter
Hurricane Wilma DR-1609 Individual Assistance
Hernando
Orange
Pasco
Brevard
Osceola
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Polk
Indian River
Hardee
Okeechobee
Manatee
Individual Assistance
St. Lucie
Highlands
DeSoto
Martin
Sarasota
Glades

Charlotte
Individual Assistance Requested

Lee
Hendry
Palm Beach
PDA Scheduled

Broward
Collier
Miami-Dade
Declared October 24, 2005
Monroe
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Holmes
Jackson
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Okaloosa
Walton
Gadsden
Nassau
Washington
Calhoun
Hamilton
Jefferson
Leon
Bay
Madison
Duval
Columbia
Wakulla
Suwannee
Baker
Liberty
Taylor
Clay
Union
Gulf
Franklin
Lafayette
Bradford
St. Johns
Gilchrist
Alachua
Putnam
Dixie
Flagler
Levy
Marion
Volusia
Lake
Citrus
Seminole
Sumter
Hurricane Wilma DR-1609 Public Assistance
Hernando
Orange
Pasco
Brevard
Osceola
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Polk
Indian River
Hardee
Okeechobee
Manatee
Public Assistance, Category A and B
72 hours at 100
St. Lucie
Highlands
DeSoto
Martin
Sarasota
Glades

Charlotte

Public Assistance, Cat A and B
Cat C-G Requested On 10/27/05
Lee
Hendry
Palm Beach
Broward
Collier

Declared October 24, 2005
Miami-Dade
Incident Period 10- - 11-
Monroe
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Recovery
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue to support Response activities.
  • Continue to implement IA, PA and HMGP

Up Next SERT Chief
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SERT Chief
Eve Rainey
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Next Briefing
October 30 at 0730 Branch Briefing
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