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Title: The United States Congress Adopted the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance a


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Governance of the Coast
The Hazard Mitigation Grant Program as an example
of relationships between national, state and
local governments.
  • The United States Congress Adopted the Robert T.
    Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance
    act which was amended by the Disaster Mitigation
    Act of 2000
  • The act authorizes the Federal Emergency
    Management Agency (FEMA) to make grants to
    states for a number of purposes including
    mitigation.
  • The grant contract between FEMA and the state
    authorizes the state to make grants to local
    governments for mitigation projects.

Session12 Governance of the Coast. Coastal
Hazards Management Course
Slide 12.1 Relations between national, state
and local governments
2
Governance of the Coast
The Constitution of the United
States of America
Amendment X (1791) The powers
not delegated to the United States by the
Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States,
are reserved to the States Respectively, or to
the people
Session12 Governance of the Coast Coastal
Hazards Management Course
Slide 12.2 Constitution of United States Of
America
3
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Types of Local Governments
Governance of the Coast
  • Counties
  • Municipalities
  • Townships
  • Special Districts (school, fire, sewer)
  • Regional Institutions
  • Coastal Management Agencies
  • Tahoe Regional Planning Agency
  • Chesapeake Bay Program

Session 12 Governance of the Coast

Coastal Hazards Management Course
Slide 12.4 Types of Local Governments
5
Dillons Rule
Governance of the Coast
Local governments are creatures of the state.
They can do only those things that they are
authorized to do under law.
Session 12 Governance of the Coast

Coastal Hazards Management Course
Slide 12.5 Dillon Rule
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Governmental Institutions and the Separation of
Powers
Governance of the Coast
  • All legislative Powers herein granted shall be
    vested in the Congress of the United
    States.Article I U.S. Constitution
  • The excutive Powers shall be vested in the
    President of the United States of America.
    Article II U.S. Constitution
  • The judicial Power of the United States, shall be
    vested in one Supreme court, and in such inferior
    courts as the Congress may from time to time
    ordain and establish. Article III U.S.
    Constitution

Session 12 Governance of the Coast

Coastal Hazards Management Course
Slide 12.6 Governmental Institutions
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