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January, 2023

Wednesday
18
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Contact Alicia Silverio for more information. Webinar will provide an overview of floodplain management and National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)information relevant for those new to the profession.
Thursday
19
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Contact Alicia Silverio for additional information. FEMA Region 5‘s Ohio Floodplain Management Specialist will be available for Virtual Ohio Floodplain Management Office Hours. If you have a question about flood management, FEMA staff will be available. To protect privacy, there will be breakout rooms available to speak one-on-one, if needed.
Wednesday
25
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Contact Alicia Silverio for more information. NAI floodplain management is a principle that is easy to communicate and, from legal and policy perspectives, tough to challenge. In essence, NAI floodplain management takes place when theactions of one property owner are not allowed to adversely affect the rights of other property owners. The adverse effects or impacts of unwise community development decisions can be measured by increased flood peaks, increased flood stages increased flood volumes, higher flood velocities, increased erosion and sedimentation, deterioration of natural floodplain functions, or other impacts to a community’s well-being. NAI principles give communities a way to promote responsible development measures through community-based decision making. Under NAI floodplain management, communities identify potential impacts of new development proposals, and implement actions to mitigate those adverse impacts before they occur.
Thursday
26
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Contact Alicia Silverio for more information. Webinar will provide an overview of SD/SI requirements of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).