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Local Mitigation Strategy - Highlands County

Local Mitigation Strategy - Highlands County

Local Mitigation Strategy - Highlands

Highlands County Multi-Hazard Local Mitigation Strategy * Highlands County * Highlands County School Board * * City of Avon Park * City of Sebring * Town of Lake Placid * * Sebring Airport Authority * Spring Lake Improvement District * * Sun ‘N Lake of Sebring Improvement District * * South Florida Community College * FEMA APPROVED August 12, 2010 Revisions June 8, 2011

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  • Page 10 and 11: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Highlands County
  • Page 12 and 13: PREREQUISITES 44cfr § 201.6(c)5: T
  • Page 14 and 15: (Reserved Placeholder) City of Avon
  • Page 16 and 17: (Reserved Placeholder) Town of Lake
  • Page 18 and 19: (Reserved Placeholder) Sebring Airp
  • Page 20 and 21: (Reserved Placeholder) Sun N’ Lak
  • Page 22 and 23: I. INTRODUCTION A five year compreh
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  • Page 26 and 27: Design and Function The Highlands C
  • Page 28 and 29: III. PLANNING PROCESS This chapter
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  • Page 34 and 35: IV. RISK ASSESSMENT This chapter ad
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  • Page 42 and 43: In the 2006 ACS Census, 25 percent
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    A drought can be accompanied by exc

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    to small businesses and small agric

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    exposure to wind driven flood water

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    • Unincorporated Highlands County

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    Extent The severity or magnitude of

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    Table. 4.17. Flooding Events Begin

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    2) Probability: Flooding can occur

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    Events/Occurrences Table 4.18. Temp

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    Table 4.18. Temperature Extremes -

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    Table 4.18. Temperature Extremes -

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    Events/Occurrences, continued. Map

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    Highlands County is located in an a

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    Table 4.19. Fujita Scale of Tornado

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    Events/Occurrences Location Severe

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    Table 4.20. Thunderstorm and High W

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    Table 4.21. Tornado Events Location

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    Table 4.22. Hail Events Location or

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    Highlands County in the last eleven

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    Map 4.11. 1990-2007 Historical Impa

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    2) Probability: The Colorado State

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    h. Wildfires 2) Probability: The pr

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    Map 4.13. Susceptibility Index for

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    The above maps and those in Appendi

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    2. Man-Made Hazards be affected. Th

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    Table 4.28. Natural Hazard Vulnerab

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    Table 4.30. Multi Hazard Vulnerabil

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    V. MITIGATION STRATEGY Section 201.

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    Objective 2.4: Outreach programs to

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    Objective 7.3: Economic incentive p

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    Goal 15. Highlands County and the i

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    Table 5.1. Prioritization Criteria

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    Table 5.2. Highlands County Multi-H

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    which will qualify insurance policy

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    • Article 3, Development Design a

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    3. Continue to notify the public wh

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    the annual update to the Plans may

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    The EAR is the first step in updati

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    - The County shall continue to dire

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    Federal Emergency Management Agency

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    SHELDUS | Spatial Hazard Events and

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    Appendix A: Bylaws Bylaws of the Hi

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    Bylaws of the Highlands County Loca

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    Appendix B: Highlands County Local

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    Appendix C: Critical Facilities Lis

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    Critical Facilities Page 2 of 23 HI

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    Critical Facilities Page 4 of 23 HI

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    Critical Facilities Page 6 of 23 HI

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    Critical Facilities Page 8 of 23 HI

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    Critical Facilities Page 10 of 23 S

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    Critical Facilities Page 12 of 23 A

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    Critical Facilities Page 14 of 23 S

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    Critical Facilities Page 16 of 23 S

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    Critical Facilities Page 18 of 23 S

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    Critical Facilities Page 20 of 23 S

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    Critical Facilities Page 22 of 23 D

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Meeting Notice and Email Initiation

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    Participation in Planning Process f

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    Participation in Planning Process f

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    Participation in Planning Process f

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    Participation in Planning Process f

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    Participation in Planning Process f

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    Participation in Planning Process f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS/WG Minutes Process Page 2 of 2

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    LMS Working Group Meeting Minutes f

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    Map of Repetitive Loss Properties i

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    Appendix H: Map of Sink Holes

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    Appendix I: Maps of Wildland Fire S

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    Maps of Wildland Fire Susceptibilit

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    Maps of Wildland Fire Susceptibilit

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    Initiatives Listed by Priority Scor

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    Highlands County Flood Hazard Prote

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    Flood Ordinances Page 3 of 92

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    Flood Ordinances Page 5 of 92

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    Flood Ordinances Page 7 of 92

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    Town of Lake Placid Flood Damage Pr

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    Flood Ordinances Page 29 of 92

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    Page 1 of 5 HIGHLANDS COUNTY EVACUA

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    Page 3 of 5 HIGHLANDS COUNTY STAGIN

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