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Title: Hurricane Ivan


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Hurricane Ivan
Evening Briefing September 12, 2004
2
SEOC LEVEL124 Hour Operations
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State Coordinating Officer Federal Coordinating
Officer
Craig Fugate Bill Carwile
Up Next SERT Chief
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SERT Chief
Mike DeLorenzo Steve Glenn
Up Next Meteorology
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Meteorology
Ben Nelson
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Category 4 Hurricane Ivan 225 Miles Southeast
of the Western Tip of Cuba
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Water Vapor Imagery
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Sunday Afternoons Computer Models
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Category 4 Hurricane Ivan 361 Miles South of
Key West
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5 Day Rainfall Forecast
Up Next Information Planning
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Information Planning
David Crisp Rodney Melsek
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Holmes
Jackson
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Okaloosa
Walton
Nassau
Washington
Gadsden
Calhoun
Hamilton
Jefferson
Leon
Bay
Madison
Duval
Columbia
Baker
Suwannee
Liberty
Wakulla
Taylor
Clay
Union
Gulf
Lafayette
Franklin
Bradford
St. Johns
Gilchrist
Alachua
Putnam
Dixie
Flagler
Levy
Marion
Volusia
Lake
Citrus
Seminole
Sumter
Hernando
Orange
Pasco
Brevard
Osceola
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Polk
Shelters
Indian River
Hardee
Okeechobee
Manatee
St. Lucie
Highlands
DeSoto
Martin
Sarasota
Open / Occupied
Glades
Charlotte
Lee
Hendry
Palm Beach
Open / Standby, or no schools opened as public
shelters
Broward
Collier
Miani-Dade
Monroe
All Public Shelters Closed
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Holmes
Jackson
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Okaloosa
Walton
Nassau
Washington
Gadsden
Calhoun
Hamilton
Jefferson
Leon
Bay
Madison
Duval
Columbia
Baker
Suwannee
Liberty
Wakulla
Taylor
Clay
Union
Gulf
Lafayette
Franklin
Bradford
St. Johns
Gilchrist
Alachua
Putnam
Dixie
Flagler
Levy
Marion
Volusia
Lake
Citrus
Seminole
Sumter
Hernando
Orange
Pasco
Brevard
Osceola
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Polk
Energy Restoration
Indian River
Hardee
Okeechobee
Manatee
St. Lucie
Highlands
DeSoto
90 or less service restoration
Martin
Sarasota
Glades
Charlotte
Lee
Hendry
Palm Beach
90 - 98 restoration
Broward
Collier
Miani-Dade
Monroe
Greater than 98 restoration
22
Holmes
Jackson
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Okaloosa
Walton
Nassau
Washington
Gadsden
Calhoun
Hamilton
Jefferson
Leon
Bay
Madison
Duval
Columbia
Baker
Suwannee
Liberty
Wakulla
Taylor
Clay
Union
Gulf
Lafayette
Franklin
Bradford
St. Johns
Gilchrist
Alachua
Putnam
Dixie
Flagler
Levy
Marion
Volusia
Lake
Citrus
Seminole
Sumter
Hernando
Orange
Pasco
Brevard
Osceola
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Polk
Schools
Indian River
Hardee
Okeechobee
Manatee
St. Lucie
Highlands
DeSoto
Schools not open/classes not in session
Martin
Sarasota
Glades
Charlotte
Lee
Hendry
Palm Beach
Schools open/not all students in classes
Broward
Collier
Miani-Dade
Monroe
Normal
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Holmes
Jackson
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Okaloosa
Walton
Nassau
Washington
Gadsden
Calhoun
Hamilton
Jefferson
Leon
Bay
Madison
Duval
Columbia
Baker
Suwannee
Liberty
Wakulla
Taylor
Clay
Union
Gulf
Lafayette
Franklin
Bradford
St. Johns
Gilchrist
Alachua
Putnam
Dixie
Flagler
Levy
Marion
Volusia
Lake
Citrus
Seminole
Sumter
Hernando
Orange
Pasco
Brevard
Osceola
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Polk
Emergency Services
Indian River
Hardee
Okeechobee
Manatee
St. Lucie
Highlands
DeSoto
Requiring external services mutual aid
Martin
Sarasota
Glades
Charlotte
Lee
Hendry
Palm Beach
Operating under Emergency Plans
Broward
Collier
Miani-Dade
Monroe
Normal operations
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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 Ivan
Hernando
Orange
Pasco
Brevard
Vulnerable Population
Osceola
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Polk
Indian River
1,713,473
Hardee
Okeechobee
Manatee
St. Lucie
Highlands
DeSoto
Martin
Sarasota
Glades
Charlotte
Lee
Hendry
Palm Beach
Broward
Collier
Miani-Dade
Monroe
Up Next Operations Chief
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Operations Chief
Dave Bujak Ginger Edwards
Up Next ESF 13
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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Current Issues
  • Transportation Missions 31 trucks and drivers
  • FDOT Barricades 921
  • SFWMD Resources 9 teams personnel,
    equipment
  • FDOT Variable Message Signs 69
  • CAP Air Teams 23 aircraft, 15 personnel
  • CAP Ground Teams 22 vehicles, 75
    personnel
  • FDOT RECON Air Teams 4 rotary, 1 aircraft,
    13 staff
  • FDOT RECON Ground Teams 6 vehicles, 12
    personnel
  • FDOT County Maps SEOC 520 Self-Serve
  • FDOT County Maps DFO 1,875 IA, PA, All
    Efforts
  • FDOT State Maps SEOC 565 Self-Serve
  • FDOT State Maps DFO 4,800 IA, PA, All Efforts

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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Current Issues (continued)
  • Pumps 31
  • Generators 22
  • Sign Repair Mission 1 County-Wide
  • Sandbags 935,000
  • FDOT Bridge Inspectors 2 divers, 1 vehicle
  • FDOT Liaisons ESF-5 5 personnel
  • FDOT Liaisons PDA 12 personnel, vehicles
  • FDOT Liaisons DFO-PA 21 personnel, vehicles
  • FDOT Liaisons DFO-CR 13 personnel, vehicles
  • FDOT Fuel Data 9 spreadsheets
  • Debris Removal 12 teams, personnel, equipment
  • Coordination with CSX 3 for ESF-17, -10, -16

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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Current Issues (continued)
  • Info Msg Tolls/Turnpike Status Reports
  • Info Msg Airports Status Reports
  • Info Msg Railroads Status Reports
  • Info Msg Seaports Status Reports
  • DCA Request DRC Mgrs 4 personnel, 4 vehicles
  • DCA Request ARLs 5 personnel, 5
    vehicles
  • CAP EOCs 2
  • CAP County EOC Liaisons 29 personnel
  • FDOT EOCs 9
  • FDOT County EOC Liaisons 29 County EOCs, 73
    staff
  • SFWMD EOC, Palm Beach 1
  • SFWMD County EOC Liaisons 6
  • SWFWMD EOC, Brooksville 1
  • FHWA-ER (FDOT) 15,674,000 D-1
    Charley
  • USACE (SFWMD) under assessment

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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Unmet Needs
  • None, USACE sandbags are arriving...
  • 300K, Midway
  • 200K, Gainesville
  • 250K, Orlando South
  • 250K, Tampa
  • Future Operations
  • Continue support of Frances efforts
  • Planning for Ivan impact

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STORM SURGE! Beach sand piled in 12 foot
drifts Across US Highway 98 after Hurricane Opal.
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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Civil Air Patrol
  • Current Issues
  • 5 sorties for riverwatch and floodwatch
    operations in impacted counties
  • Picture Count 950 sent to ESF-5 and local
    agencies
  • Daytona Beach Distribution Center Operations
    (last day)
  • 2800 bottles of water
  • 90 Cases of MRE
  • 6 pallets of ice
  • 835 people served
  • Lake County Distirbution Center Operations
  • 950 bottles of water
  • 3160 bags of ice
  • 293 sandbags
  • 3 cases of insect repellent
  • 173 people served
  • Standing up air operations base at Jacksonville
    (Craig Airport) for Ivan Operation
  • RECON and Forward Control Team on standby for
    Ivan Operations

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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Civil Air Patrol
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue flight operations for riverwatch and
    flood missions
  • Continue distribution center missions in Lake
    County
  • Continue planning for Ivan response
  • Continue to respond to tasking from ESF's and
    Counties

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ESF 13 Transportation Public Works
  • Current Operations
  • Completed over 2300 shipments of MRE's,
    generators, plastic sheeting, and water
  • Maintain DOT field teams at State LSA's Palm
    Beach, Orlando, and Ocala and Federal LSA's
    Homestead, NAS-JAX, and Lakeland
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Support the LSA's
  • Prepare for Hurricane Ivan

Up Next ESF 2
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ESF 2 Communications
Up Next ESF 49
Up Next ESF 49
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ESF 2 Communications
  • Current Operations
  • Coordinating cell/sat phone requests and
    deliveries, phone line installations
  • Coordinating communications set up for T1 lines,
    POTS, dsl, etc for the LSAs
  • approx 300 phone lines installed
  • Monitoring 800 MHz State Law Enforcement Radio
    System SLERS is 100 operational with wide-area
    connectivity.FOUR (4) sites remain on generator
    power, three (3) restored since yesterday.
  • 297,671 customers wireline outages reported in
    impacted areas
  • 45, 277services restored to customers wireline
    from yesterday 9/11
  • over 775,300 services restored since Hurricane
    Frances (voice and data lines)
  • 97.5 average of wireless coverage
  • approx 1123 cell sites have been restored
  • 35 COWS- (Cellular on Wheels)
  • 5 SAT COLTS - (Cellular on Light Truck)
  • approx 5500 cell phones
  • 244 wireless air card

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ESF 2 Communications
  • Current Operations (continued)
  • 12 toll free voice conference lines
  • 738 generators
  • over 120 SAT phones
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continuing to assess resource for in preparation
    for Ivan Hurricane
  • Continue to support communications needs of
    LSA's, EOC, state, and county agencies

Up Next ESF 49
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ESF 49 Firefighting and Search Rescue
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ESF 49 Fire Fighting Search Rescue
  • Current Operations
  • FEMA Joint Management Team staged in Orlando
  • 2 Federal USAR Task Force Units are activated and
    on standby in Jacksonville NAS
  • 4 Federal USAR Task Force Units are on alert out
    of state
  • Florida Task Force One and Two on alert in South
    Florida
  • 1 Strike team of Rescues deployed in Monroe
    County
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Pre-planning by identifying resources and
    monitoring of Hurricane Ivan
  • Continue assessing the potential flooding
    situation in areas impacted by Frances and
    potentially by Ivan.

Up Next ESF 6
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ESF 6 Mass Care
Up Next ESF 8
Up Next ESF 8
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ESF 6 Mass Care
  • Current Operations
  • Unmet Needs
  • Future Operations

Up Next ESF 8
42
ESF 8 Health Medical
Up Next ESF 10
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ESF 8 Health Medical
  • Current Operations
  • 7 Disaster Medical Assistance Teams (DMAT)
    deployed
  • NM 1 - (35 Personnel) Martin Memorial Hospital
  • NC 1 - (35 Personnel) Holmes Regional Med. Center
  • FL 2 - (Team A - 16 Personnel) Martin County SNS
  • FL 2 - (Team B -17 Personnel) St Lucie County SNS
  • OH 5 - (35 Personnel) St. Lucie County SNS
  • RI 1 - (34 Personnel) St. Lucie County SNS
  • NY 2 - (35 Personnel) Indian River SNS
  • 4 DMATs staged
  • FL 1 - (34 Personnel) Staged at Home, (Ft Walton
    Bch)
  • FL 3 - (34 Personnel) Staged at Home (Tampa)
  • OH 1 - (34 Personnel) Staged Kissimmee
  • MI 1 - (35 Personnel) Staged Kissimmee
  • 1 DMAT mobilizing for Fishermans Hospital
    Marathon, Monroe County
  • FL 4 (Medical Assistance Team) - (12 Personnel)
    Orange Co. SNS

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ESF 8 Health Medical
  • Current Operations (continued)
  • EMAC Missions
  • 30 Nurses from SC (EMAC) on site Martin SNS
  • 50 Nurses from TN (EMAC) on site Tampa SNS
  • Medical Staff from GA (42 personnel), NC (88
    personnel)
  • VA (6 Personnel) staff being demobilized St.
    Lucie Co. SNS
  • 404 professional staff deployed to date
  • 22 Special Needs Shelters open with 748 residents
  • Orlando Special Needs Overflow Shelter opened
    Sunday afternoon currently receiving residents
    from Indian River, Martin Co, and St Lucie.
  • 5086 patients/residents evacuated from 161 health
    care facilities.
  • 1 acute care facility and 1 rehabilitation center
    remain closed.
  • 2805 oxygen cylinders delivered to hospitals
    and/or special needs shelters
  • 337 portalets and 20 dumpsters delivered
  • 253,000 cans of DEET and 63 cases of hand
    sanitizer delivered to LSAs.

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ESF 8 Health Medical
  • Current Operations (continued)
  • 58 nursing homes continue on generators.
  • 3 county health department structures with
    significant damage.
  • DCHATs have been deployed.
  • 11 high risk radioactive material facilities have
    been surveyed with no damage reported.
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue preparations for special needs
    evacuation for Ivan.
  • Continued evaluation of the health care
    infrastructure damage due to Frances and Charley.
  • Response to local health care services
    experiencing surge capacity overload.
  • Deployment of overhead assessment and response
    teams following the path of the storm.
  • Determination of preventative health care
    measures.

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
  • Continuing cleanup of various oil and minor
    hazardous materials incidents, many at marinas
    throughout the impact area.
  • Closely monitoring low pH process water levels at
    Cargill Fertilizer facility at Riverside and
    other phosphate companies.
  • Continuing daily assessments of drinking water,
    waste water, solid waste, RCRA HazWaste, and
    phosphate facilities.
  • Working to support generator requests for small
    drinking water facilities and wastewater
    facilities using cooperative arrangements between
    utilities in intact and impacted areas.
  • Solid waste facilities status is affected
    counties.
  • 91 Operational
  • 2 not operational
  • 7 unconfirmed/unknown
  • Drinking water facilities status in affected
    counties
  • 205 operational
  • 1 not operational
  • 89 unconfirmed/unknown

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ESF 10 Hazardous Materials
  • Current Issues (continued)
  • Domestic Waste water facilities status in
    affected counties
  • 251 operational
  • 8 not operational
  • 99 operational with follow-up needs
  • 24 unconfirmed/unknown status
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue assessments throughout impacted areas.
  • Continue working with phosphate facilities to
    assess potential for further spills.
  • Coordinate debris management issues with impacted
    counties.

Up Next ESF 11
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ESF 11 Food Water
Up Next ESF 12
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ESF 11 Food Water
  • Current Operations
  • 309 trucks (12.3 million pounds) of ice have been
    delivered
  • 364 trucks (1.7 million gallons) of water have
    been delivered
  • 200,000 meals have been delivered to disaster
    relief organizations for mass feeding
  • 15,300 cases of baby food, formula, and water
    have been delivered to distribution sites
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue to monitor inventories and resources
  • Monitor and prepare to meet the needs of mass
    care agencies as a result of Ivan

Up Next ESF 12
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ESF 12 Energy
Up Next ESF 13
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ESF 12 Energy
  • Current Operations
  • Power
  • Estimated 335,333 customers without power. Down
    from peak of 4.4 million. (restored power to 4.1
    million customers)
  • Outage data can be found in Tracker 1549
  • Restorations are ongoing. ETRs available by
    county on Tracker 4023
  • 20,000 plus out-of-state personnel are being
    tasked throughout the state to assist with power
    restoration
  • Continuing to monitor power restoration
  • Fuel
  • Three major ports are open, receiving ships and
    filling tankers.
  • More than 139.2 million gallons in port for
    distribution.
  • Over the next 72 hours, there are 63.3 million
    gallons for distribution.
  • Over the next 9 days, there are 164.6 million
    gallons for distribution.
  • Over 1,200 delivery trucks are available.
  • No significant natural gas utility issues or
    outages.

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ESF 12 Energy
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue restoration of power as weather permits
  • In process of preparing for Hurricane Ivan
  • Continue to work with suppliers and vendors to
    get an adequate fuel supply to the needed
    locations.

Up Next ESF 13
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ESF 13 Military Support
Up Next ESF 14
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ESF 13 Military Support
  • Current Operations
  • Strength 5,249
  • LSA operations continue
  • Refit operations
  • Humanitarian and security operations continue
  • Continue EMAC coordination
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • RECON teams pre-positioned
  • LNO being repositioned
  • Contingency planning for IVAN

Up Next ESF 14
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ESF 14 Public Information
Up Next ESF 15
Up Next ESF 15
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ESF 14 Public Information
  • Current Operations
  • Unmet Needs
  • Future Operations

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 Operations
  • The Regional Relief Center (Tampa Warehouse) has
    received 80,244 cases in and dispersed 42,004 to
    date
  • As donations are received, matches are attempted
    within 24 hours.
  • The Volunteer and Donations hotline is gearing up
    for a possible increase of calls as Hurricane
    Ivan approaches
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Identify Additional Volunteer Reception Centers
  • Field Coordination with Voluntary Agencies

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 Operations
  • Continuing response to requests for law
    enforcement and security missions for Hurricane
    Frances.
  • Traffic is heavy but is flowing smoothly with no
    major reported problems.
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue to support local law enforcement in all
    impacted areas
  • Planning and preparation for response to
    Hurricane Ivan
  • Respond to flooding issues.

Up Next ESF 17
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ESF 17 Animal Protection
Up Next Finance Administration
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ESF 17 Animal Protection
  • Current Operations
  • Incident Command Post at Kissimmee Extension
    Office demobilized.
  • Action Request Form completed for carcass
    disposal USDA has responded with carcass
    disposal contracts.
  • Continue to fill pipeline for animal feeds and
    supplies.
  • Diesel fuel needs coordinated via commercial
    vendors. All fuel needs met at this time.
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continued assessment and response for flooding
    issues in north central Florida.
  • ESF17 personnel RR and prepare for Ivan response.

Up Next Finance Administration
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Finance Administration
Up Next Logistics
Up Next Logistics
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Finance Administration
  • Current Operations
  • Unmet Needs
  • Future Operations

Up Next Logistics
66
Logistics
Up Next Recovery
67
Logistics
  • Current Operations
  • 150 ACOE Generators enroute
  • 70 Vendor Generators enroute
  • LSA support package for North Florida
  • LSA Lakeland to reopen 09/13/04
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Planning North Florida LSAs
  • Possible Sites
  • Eglin AFB
  • Pensacola Fair Grounds
  • Pensacola Airport
  • North Florida Fairgrounds - Tallahassee
  • Continue to support LSAs
  • Continue to prepare for Hurricane Ivan

Up Next Recovery
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Recovery
Up Next SERT Chief
69
Recovery
  • Current Operations
  • Ivan
  • ARLs deployed to 26 counties
  • Frances / FEMA-1545-DR-FL
  • 42 counties approved for Individual Assistance.
    Tele-registration is operational.
  • 67 counties approved for Hazard Mitigation Grant
    Program
  • 67 counties approved for Public Assistance Cat.
    A and B, Debris Removal and Emergency Protective
    Actions
  • 29 counties requested for Public Assistance Cat.
    C thru G
  • Unmet Needs
  • Continue to seek additional Recovery staff
  • Future Operations
  • Continue to monitor Ivans track and evaluate
    deployments/redeployments/step downs.
  • Complete PDAs and request approvals for Cat. C
    thru G
  • Establish additional DRCs as appropriate and
    reopen west coast DRCs
  • Re-deploy CR on west coast

Up Next SERT Chief
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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 Ivan
Hernando
Orange
Pasco
Brevard
Osceola
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Polk
Indian River
Hardee
Okeechobee
Manatee
St. Lucie
Highlands
ARL DEPLOYMENT
DeSoto
Martin
Sarasota
Glades
Charlotte
Lee
Hendry
Palm Beach
Broward
Collier
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Miani-Dade
Monroe
Up Next SERT Chief
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SERT Chief
Mike DeLorenzo
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