Category Archives: Resilient Neighbors Network

CTP Collaboration Monthly August 2020

Click here to view the CTP Collaboration Monthly August 2020 in PDF.  

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June Montana HighGround Newsletter

The June Montana HighGround Newsletter can be viewed here: http://dnrc.mt.gov/divisions/water/operations/docs/floodplain/highground-2020-june-edition-w-guide.pdf    

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NHMA RFP Implement a Program for Disaster Risk Reduction Curriculum

NHMA RFP Implement a Program for Disaster Risk Reduction Curriculum (6-3-20) Dear NHMA Membership & Friends, The NHMA Board of Directors and the Special Projects Management Team (PMT) have authorized the release of a multi-year Request for Proposals (RFP) regarding … Continue reading

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No Adverse Impact How-to Guide for Emergency Services has been published!

Announcing publication of the No Adverse Impact How-to Guide for Emergency Services.       The Guide is also available on ASFPM’s website at www.floods.org. (Scroll down to the NAI logo, click it on, and see the complete list of … Continue reading

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The Climate Centre just released “Heatwave Guide for Cities”

The Climate Centre just released “Heatwave Guide for Cities” [pdf] Recommendations for emergency managers, including some urban planning actions for consideration such as urban greening and green roofs.

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Was the Damage Substantial?

By Ned Swanberg and Rebecca Pfeiffer, State of Vermont After a local flood, fire, or other disaster, an obscure legal responsibility slips out of the fine print to surprise and confound municipal officials: the duty to assess for Substantial Damage … Continue reading

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MOMENTS OF MISFORTUNE, Part 1

A six-part story of the trials and tribulations of a family during a major disaster event. MOMENTS OF MISFORTUNE – Part 1 By Chuck WallaceEdited by Lisa Ballou I knew it! Here he comes. Just like clockwork. He must have … Continue reading

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National Flood Insurance Program Reauthorization and Reform

American Bar Association View or download as a pdf: Joe Rossi Edward Thomas on NFIP Reform Summer  2018

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Article: Vermont – Avoiding the Vicious Cycle

By Mike Kline, Vermont Rivers Program Manager and Ned Swanberg, Regional Floodplain Manager November 8, 2018 Vermont is making substantial progress to reduce damages from its de-stabilized rivers.  This is a major change from the 1970s when the state began … Continue reading

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JCHSEM Quarterly Partnership Meeting

JCHSEM will be holding their Quarterly Partnership Luncheon on Friday, October 19 at noon at Shepherd University’s Applied Business Lab. Shepherd University is located at 301 N. King St, Shepherdstown, WV 25443. For a map of the campus and directions … Continue reading

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