Flagler County, FL
TYPE OF PROJECT
- FEMA Public Assistance
- Sec 428 – Public Assistance Alternative Procedures (PAAP)
- Technical Assistance
- Appeals Support
- Sec 406 Post-Disaster Mitigation
- Scope Changes & Versions
- FEMA Closeout/Appeals
- Reimbursement Requests
- Implementation of New PA Model
- Emergency Planning
CDR Maguire was retained by Flagler County prior to Hurricane Matthew making landfall in October of 2016 and again activated for Hurricane Irma in September 2017 to provide EOC response and disaster recovery services. CDR Maguire has worked closely with each County department to track all hurricane related expenses and monitor their emergency procurements.
With over an estimated $50 million dollars of storm-related damages along 17 miles of Flagler County beaches for Matthew and an estimated $5 million from Irma, CDR Maguire worked closely with State and Federal agencies to assist the County in its recovery processes.
CDR Maguire is currently providing project and grant administration support to the County, utilizing FEMA’s Sec 428 Public Assistance Alternative Procedures Pilot Program (PAAP) for Debris Removal, in addition to the formulation of all Project Worksheets (A-G). CDR Maguire also supported the County by providing technical assistance with their private property debris removal appeal for Hurricane Matthew, now pending final determination by FEMA. Still in the early stages of recovery for Irma, CDR Maguire is supporting the County through site visits, project formulation, implementation of the new PA model through coordination with the Program Delivery Manager and CRC, expense tracking, 404 and 406 mitigation opportunities, and requests for reimbursement. Additionally, CDR Maguire continues to work closely with the County to identify best practices and implement cost-effective strategies that maximize the County’s reimbursement opportunities.
Services under this contract include: