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In most cases, the Federal Emergency Management Agency will not offer relief to private, residential communities, leaving them to organize and fund debris removal on their own. That’s why Hilton Head Island’s several municipal and community association leaders formed a recovery task force to get the help they needed in advance of a disaster. The task force accomplished these steps:
Each community association should craft disaster procedures tailored to its own unique needs.
>>Read more about Hilton Head Island's successful emergency procedures.
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