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WAI HALANA – May 2017

Posted on May 26, 2017 in NFIP News, Uncategorized

In this Issue: Is your home required to have flood insurance forever? Tides Carry Flood Threat – A mix of “king tides”, summer swells and high sea levels could imperil coastal areas City and County of Honolulu Updates County’s Floodplain Management Regulations Flood Insurance Safeguards Common Areas of High-Rises” April 2017 National Flood Insurance Program ...
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HONOLULU — An observable phenomenon this weekend on shorelines and low-lying areas in Hawaii heralds the arrival of the highest ‘king tides’ of the year, that will occur over a couple days around May 26, June 23, and July 21.  The Hawaii Sea Grant Center for Coastal and Climate Science and Resilience, and Pacific Islands ...
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As part the Department of Land and Natural Resources’ (DLNR) annual Floodplain Managers Conference scheduled for August 16th and 17th, 2017, the Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM) Certified Floodplain Managers (CFM®) Exam will be offered at the conference. In order to take the CFM exam, you must complete and submit the CFM Program Application ...
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ICAT and Centauri Specialty have teamed up to host six hours of FREE continuing education classes (three hours of Property/Casualty Law credits and three hours of Property/Casualty Subject credits) in Hawaii. FEMA Region IX’s Flood Insurance Specialist, Edie Lohmann will present on “Flood Exposures in Hawaii”.  State NFIP Coordinator, Carol Tyau-Beam will provide a brief ...
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In response to the recent flooding events in NV, CA, and HI, FEMA is hosting two Basic Agent Training webinars entitled, “Key Fundamentals of Flood Insurance”.   The workshops are free and offer continuing education credit for each session attended.  Due to high demand and limited capacity (500 registrant max for each session), the webinars listed ...
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Title Guaranty is sponsoring two educational sessions in March.  State NFIP Coordinator, Carol Tyau-Beam will provide a legislative update on efforts to amend HRS 46-88 to ensure continued eligibility in the NFIP.  In addition, speakers from Kauai (Stanford Iwamoto and Ka’aina Hull) and Hawaii County (April Suprenant and Bethany Morrison) will discuss various development requirements ...
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In this Issue: Insurance Against Extreme Events: Pairing Short-Term Incentives with Long-Term Strategies Free Substantial Improvement / Substantial Damage Workshop Association of State Floodplain Managers comment on HUD and USACE’s Proposal to Implement FFRMS HUD Proposes “Relilience Standard” to Protect Communities and Taxpayer-Funded Investments from Flooding APA Updates 19 year old “Subdivision Design and Flood ...
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“Are you thinking about renovating an older home or building?” The Department of Land and Natural Resources will be hosting a 1-day FEMA-led training that will provide an overview of the critical components of renovating or rehabilitating certain existing structures located in high hazard flood zones.  These renovations could trigger compliance with Federal NFIP and Local ...
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Please join us and fellow community members to learn about the Hawai‘i Sea Grant College Program’s Hawai‘i and Pacific Islands King Tides Project and how YOU can contribute as a citizen scientist. When:  Monday, November 7, 2016 (6:00 PM – 7:30 PM) Where: Sullivan Center for Innovation and Leadership, Iolani School, 563 Kamoku Street, Honolulu, ...
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In this Issue: Spared by a Direct Hit, but Not Spared from Damaging Floods Know Your Stuff Do You Live in a Flood Zone? New Consumer Tools to Shop and Explore Coverage Options What if I can’t pay my credit card bills and loans after a natural disaster? Make a Disaster Plan for your Pets ...
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