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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

An Inside Look at a FEMA Housing Inspection Visit

SAIPAN – Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) inspectors continue to examine property damage as part of the FEMA process that brings assistance to Saipan, CNMI residents who have registered with FEMA in the wake of Typhoon Soudelor.

What to Expect After You Register for FEMA Disaster Assistance

SAIPAN – Over 7,500 registrations have been received by FEMA for disaster assistance as a result of damages sustained by Typhoon Soudelor (DR 4235) and nearly $4.3 Million has been approved for survivors so far.  FEMA encourages all who have been suffered damages from Typhoon Soudelor, August 1-3, to register for Disaster Assistance.

Household Hazardous Waste Removal Guidance

SAIPAN – For residents rebuilding or cleaning up typhoon-damaged home or buildings, the EPA has provided instructions and guidance for the safe remove of household hazardous waste.

Be alert for leaking containers and household chemicals, such as caustic drain cleaners and chlorine bleach.


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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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