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File #: R-11-18    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Adopted
File created: 3/9/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 3/19/2018 Final action: 3/19/2018
Title: Amended 2018 City of Annapolis Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan - For the purpose of adopting as amended the 2018 City of Annapolis Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan, as required by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to maintain eligibility for disaster funding for large scale emergencies and disasters, as well as mitigation grant funding.
Sponsors: Gavin Buckley, Ross Arnett, Sheila Finlayson, Shaneka Henson, Fred Paone, Rhonda Pindell Charles, Marc Rodriguez, Elly Tierney, Rob Savidge
Attachments: 1. R-11-18 Amended 2018 Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan.pdf, 2. R-11-18 Staff Report.pdf
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Amended 2018 City of Annapolis Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan - For the purpose of adopting as amended the 2018 City of Annapolis Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan, as required by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to maintain eligibility for disaster funding for large scale emergencies and disasters, as well as mitigation grant funding.
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CITY COUNCIL OF THE
City of Annapolis

Resolution 11-18

Introduced by: Mayor Buckley


A RESOLUTION concerning

Amended 2018 City of Annapolis Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan

FOR the purpose of adopting as amended the 2018 City of Annapolis Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan, as required by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to maintain eligibility for disaster funding for large scale emergencies and disasters, as well as mitigation grant funding.

WHEREAS, this Resolution amends R-2-18 as adopted on January 8, 2018, and incorporates revisions required by the Federal Emergency Management Agency; these revisions include more information on Annapolis participation in the National Flood Insurance Program, a discussion of ongoing mitigation actions, and other technical requirements; FEMA affirmed that it will approve this Plan after it has been adopted by the Annapolis City Council; and

WHEREAS, to support better mitigation planning in order to prepare for and minimize the impacts of disasters in the future, Congress enacted the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000); and

WHEREAS, in 2002, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) issued regulations to implement requirements for mitigation planning by states and communities. FEMA is the lead agency supporting implementation of the DMA 2000 requirements and makes funds available to support efforts to meet these requirements; and

WHEREAS, to be eligible for FEMA funds, state and local entities were required to prepare DMA 2000 Hazard Mitigation Plans for natural hazards; the City of Annapolis met that requirement in 2005; and

WHEREAS, the purpose of th...

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