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projects, and resources required by the city during the overall duration of the 2017 City of Hesperia Hazard Mitigation Plan. The goals set by the planning committee for the 2017 Hazard Mitigation Plan is to implement any measure that are capable of resisting hazard risks. In doing so will give the city the ability to build and support the local government to prepare, respond, and recover from any type of disaster. Implementation, Monitoring, and Updating Plan Plan implementation for the City of Hesperia involves the process of using strategies that already exist. These strategies include voluntary and mandatory measures, community efforts, and public and private education of the community members. By enforcing building and development codes helps to reduce hazard risk and gives better management. This allows for better planning which in turn helps the city and the community itself. The monitoring of the Hazard Mitigation Plan lies on those stakeholders that have been identified in order to provide information as to the overall effectiveness of the preventative measures taken and whether or not the desired goals have been met. If the preventative measures and desired goals have not been 10
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Benchmark – Implementation Plan met, then the process of updating the plan will be required which is to reevaluate the hazard that has failed to be addressed in an effective manner. By completing a new evaluation allows the city of Hesperia and the planning committee to understand if the hazard poses a new risk and vulnerability level whether it has increased, decreased, or has entirely gone away. Then comes the process of a new plan of action for the hazard which includes new goal and preventative measures. 11
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Benchmark – Implementation Plan References 1) California Department of Forestry. (2016). Blue Cut Fire. Retrieved from 2) Hazard Mitigation Plan, Hazard Mitigation Plan (2017). Retrieved from ? bidId= 3) Quintero, J., & Johnson, S. (2016, August 24). Blue cut Fire fully contained; operational costs estimated at $12.3 million so far. Retrieved from - estimated-at-123-million-so-far 4) Stakeholders and Their Roles in Recovery, FEMA. Retrieved from 5) Irick, W., & Noyes, J. (2016, August 17). Brush Fire Destroys Historic Summit Inn Diner. Retrieved from - Summit-Inn-Diner--390401541.html 6) Southern California Public Radio. (2016, August 18). Blue Cut Fire puts the brakes on truckers, trains. Retrieved from - brakes-on-truckers-trains/ 7) TAFE, S. (n.d.). Retrieved from merg/r303_erm_stakeho/r303_erm_stakeho.htm 12
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