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North Carolina CTS Committee Meeting #6 March 20, 2001 North Carolina CTS Committee Meeting #6 March 20, 2001

Introduction and Welcome Introduction and Welcome

Status Updates: Washington Meetings (March 7 -9) Status Updates: Washington Meetings (March 7 -9)

Coordination with Federal Agencies u u March 7 -9, 2001, trip to Washington, D. Coordination with Federal Agencies u u March 7 -9, 2001, trip to Washington, D. C. FEMA and State Staff met with: l l l u u u OMB USGS EPA l l l NGS NOAA USDOT Identified partnering activities and action items Preparing follow-up letters Plan to meet again with these and other Agencies in near future

Status Updates: IT Requirements Analysis and Preliminary System Design Status Updates: IT Requirements Analysis and Preliminary System Design

Status Updates: Scoping/Basin Plans Status Updates: Scoping/Basin Plans

Schedule for Completing Basin Plans Schedule for Completing Basin Plans

Final Scoping Meetings u Three separate meetings recently held for the Cape Fear River Final Scoping Meetings u Three separate meetings recently held for the Cape Fear River Basin: l l l u u Draft Cape Fear River Basin plan presented All impacted counties & communities invited l l u March 6 th - Haw River, NC March 7 th - Fayetteville, NC March 8 th - Burgaw, NC Individual meetings held with 73 communities Over 130 people attended Provides final opportunity for input

Final Scoping Meetings (continued) u Three separate meetings will be held to present the Final Scoping Meetings (continued) u Three separate meetings will be held to present the draft plan for the Neuse River Basin. Proposed dates and locations include: l l l April 23 rd - Raleigh, NC April 24 th - Goldsboro, NC April 25 th - New Bern, NC

After the Final Meetings u u Draft Basin Plan may be revised State’s Floodplain After the Final Meetings u u Draft Basin Plan may be revised State’s Floodplain Mapping Contractor will develop business and technical proposals Basin Plan will be finalized and notification provided to all impacted counties and communities Production phase will then begin

Status Updates: Flood Data and Mapping Delivery Orders Status Updates: Flood Data and Mapping Delivery Orders

White Oak River Basin Delivery Order u u Negotiations completed Delivery Order finalized Field White Oak River Basin Delivery Order u u Negotiations completed Delivery Order finalized Field survey of hydraulic structures completed Engineering analyses underway l Expected completion mid May 2001

Lumber River Basin Delivery Order u u Negotiations completed Delivery Order finalized shortly Field Lumber River Basin Delivery Order u u Negotiations completed Delivery Order finalized shortly Field survey of hydraulic structures underway Engineering analyses to begin shortly l First of three phases expected to be completed end of May 2001

Tar-Pamlico River Basin Delivery Order u u u Negotiations finalized shortly Field survey of Tar-Pamlico River Basin Delivery Order u u u Negotiations finalized shortly Field survey of hydraulic structures underway Engineering analyses to begin shortly l First of three phases expected to be completed end of May 2001

Status Updates: LIDAR Delivery Orders and LIDAR QA/QC Status Updates: LIDAR Delivery Orders and LIDAR QA/QC

LIDAR Data Collection as of March 14, 2001 Watershed Concepts Greenhorne & O’Mara LIDAR Data Collection as of March 14, 2001 Watershed Concepts Greenhorne & O’Mara

Watershed Concepts -- Task 1 LIDAR Data Acquisition • First-time collection 97% complete • Watershed Concepts -- Task 1 LIDAR Data Acquisition • First-time collection 97% complete • Reflights being conducted in yellow areas due to sensor problems and GPS noise

Greenhorne & O’Mara -- Task 1 LIDAR Data Acquisition Planned vs. Actual Completion Rate Greenhorne & O’Mara -- Task 1 LIDAR Data Acquisition Planned vs. Actual Completion Rate

Greenhorne & O’Mara -- Task 1 LIDAR Data Acquisition White = completed Colored = Greenhorne & O’Mara -- Task 1 LIDAR Data Acquisition White = completed Colored = planned

Watershed Concepts -- Task 2 Generation of Bare-Earth DEMs Watershed Concepts -- Task 2 Generation of Bare-Earth DEMs

Watershed Concepts -- Task 2 Generation of Bare-Earth DEMs u u u All 35 Watershed Concepts -- Task 2 Generation of Bare-Earth DEMs u u u All 35 data sets received have been preprocessed, calibrated and evaluated 3 data sets in White Oak basin being prepared for vegetation removal First bare-earth deliveries due this week

G&O -- Task 2 Generation of Bare-Earth DEMs u u u QC and Processing G&O -- Task 2 Generation of Bare-Earth DEMs u u u QC and Processing underway in the following counties: Randolph, Moore, Montgomery, Richmond, Hoke, Bladen, Scotland, Robeson, Cumberland, Columbus and Brunswick Level 0 processing (data extraction) has been completed for the Lumber Basin 32 grids have passed Level 1 processing (automated anomaly/vegetation removal) and have progressed to Level 2 processing (manual editing)

Watershed Concepts -- Task 3 Generation of TINs and Breaklines u u u Green Watershed Concepts -- Task 3 Generation of TINs and Breaklines u u u Green = Completed Orange = In progress Red = Rework Blue = Approved Awaiting shipment of new DOQQs from CGIA

G&O -- Task 3 Generation of TINs and Breaklines u u Breaklines for Scotland, G&O -- Task 3 Generation of TINs and Breaklines u u Breaklines for Scotland, Hoke, Montgomery, Moore (Lumber portion) and Richmond counties are complete, with the exception of edge-matching. Breakline feature extraction will start this week for Brunswick County Cumberland County has released the photography required for breakline development TIN development will start this week

Status Updates: LIDAR QC surveys Status Updates: LIDAR QC surveys

Quality Control Surveys Selected Firms for RFQ #19 -000018 (Flood Mapping Quality Control Surveys) Quality Control Surveys Selected Firms for RFQ #19 -000018 (Flood Mapping Quality Control Surveys)

QC Surveys: Lumber and White Oak River Basins u QC surveys by the following QC Surveys: Lumber and White Oak River Basins u QC surveys by the following firms scheduled to be completed by April 12, 2001: l l CGGL (team of Carson, Garrason, Goslee, and Lambert) Stantec, Inc. The Rose Group, Inc. W. K. Dickson

QC Surveys: Pamlico River Basin u Cost negotiations in progress with: l l Concord QC Surveys: Pamlico River Basin u Cost negotiations in progress with: l l Concord Engineering Withers and Ravenel

Status Updates: NCFloodmaps. com Status Updates: NCFloodmaps. com

NCFloodmaps. com u u u CTS Committee Workroom is now available for review Workroom NCFloodmaps. com u u u CTS Committee Workroom is now available for review Workroom provides Committee members access to meeting agendas, minutes, and presentations Includes names and e-mail addresses for all Committee Members and Associates

CTS Committee Workroom Login Page http: //www. ncfloodmaps. com/review/ctscw/ Username: CTSCommittee Password: floodmaps 1 CTS Committee Workroom Login Page http: //www. ncfloodmaps. com/review/ctscw/ Username: CTSCommittee Password: floodmaps 1

CTS Committee Workroom Welcome Page CTS Committee Workroom Welcome Page

Base Map and DFIRM Specifications Base Map and DFIRM Specifications

Working Group Reports/Updates Working Group Reports/Updates

Higher Standards u List of Higher Standards l l l u u Mandatory Recommended Higher Standards u List of Higher Standards l l l u u Mandatory Recommended Optional Outline for Higher Standards Document Example “Facts Sheet” for Freeboard

FEMA’s Community Rating System FEMA’s Community Rating System

CRS Background u u Founded in 1990 and Codified in the 1994 Flood Insurance CRS Background u u Founded in 1990 and Codified in the 1994 Flood Insurance Reform Act Flood Insurance premiums are adjusted to reflect reduced risk resulting from activities that meet the three CRS goals: l l l Reduce Flood Losses Facilitate accurate insurance ratings Promote awareness of flood insurance

Benefits u u u u Reduced flood insurance premiums for property owners Enhanced Public Benefits u u u u Reduced flood insurance premiums for property owners Enhanced Public Safety Reduction in damage to property, public infrastructure and human suffering Avoidance of of economic disruption and losses Protection of the environment Allows a community to evaluate itself against a nationally recognized benchmark Provides Technical assistance in providing and implementing activities

Benefits (continued) u Reduced Premiums l l l Class Class 12345 - 45% 40% Benefits (continued) u Reduced Premiums l l l Class Class 12345 - 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% l l l Class Class 6 - 20% 7 - 15% 8 - 10% 9 - 5% 10 - n/a

CRS Recognized Activities u 18 recognized activities eligible for CRS credit points l l CRS Recognized Activities u 18 recognized activities eligible for CRS credit points l l 300 Series Activities - Public information activities 400 Series Activities - Mapping and regulatory programs focused on new development 500 Series Activities - Damage reduction programs where current development is at risk 600 Series Activities - Flood preparedness programs, flood warning and levee and dam safety programs

Participating Communities u u u Communities receive a ranking between 1 and 10 9 Participating Communities u u u Communities receive a ranking between 1 and 10 9 is the minimum amount of activities required to receive a reduced premium (5%) As of October 1, 2000 there were 926 participating communities nationwide: l l l 5 with a Class 10 rating 431 with a Class 9 rating 352 with a Class 8 rating 110 with a Class 7 rating 27 with a Class 6 rating 1 with a Class 3 rating

Participating North Carolina Communities u North Carolina currently has 74 participating communities that are Participating North Carolina Communities u North Carolina currently has 74 participating communities that are Class 9 and lower, including: l l 44 Class 9 24 Class 8 4 Class 7 2 Class 6 (the Towns of Southern Shores and Wrightsville Beach)

Action Items/Wrap Up Action Items/Wrap Up