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Andrea Chatman
Pacific Disaster Center
1305 North Holopono Street, Suite 2
Kihei, HI 96753
Phone: 808.891.0525
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News from Region IX

FEMA monitors tropical systems along the East Coast and Hawaii

Residents urged to take direction from State, Local, and Tribal officials

WASHINGTON – FEMA, through its regional offices in Atlanta, Philadelphia, New York City, and Oakland, and its Pacific Area Office in Honolulu, continues to closely monitor Tropical Storm Hermine and Hurricane Lester.

FEMA Continues to Closely Monitor Hermine and Lester

FEMA Urges Residents in Potentially Affected Areas to Take Direction from State, Local, and Tribal Officials 

National Disaster Recovery Group to Assess Lake County Fire-Related Needs

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – In response to the unmet needs of survivors following the Valley Fire, a long term recovery committee (LTRC) has been established. This committee, Team Lake County (TLC), has requested the expertise of a national disaster recovery group to determine who in the community will need additional assistance from voluntary agencies to rebuild and recover from the fire.


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Hawaii HAZUS Atlas Handout

HIHUG: Hawaii HAZUS Atlas Success Story
For instant earthquake analysis in Hawaii, turn to the Hawaii HAZUS Atlas.  The twenty plausible earthquake scenarios will assist any emergency manager with all phases of disaster planning.


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