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  • 1. By their very nature, mitigation options each seek to change some component of either the physical or social fabric of a community.
  • 2. In a vacuum, without any local context, risks would be much easier to address because mitigation decisions would be purely technical, or engineering-based, in nature.
  • 3. “ [mitigation] plans shall include an identification, evaluation, and prioritization of cost-effective, environmentally sound, and technically feasible mitigation actions and activities [considered] and an explanation of how each activity contributes to the overall mitigation strategy.” -DMA 2000
  • 4. “ [The mitigation strategy section shall include] an action plan describing how the actions identified in section (c)(3)(ii) will be prioritized, implemented, and administered by the local jurisdiction. Prioritization shall include a special emphasis on the extent to which benefits are maximized according to a cost benefit review of the proposed projects and their associated costs.” -DMA 2000
  • 5. STAPLEE
    • Social
    • Technical
    • Administrative
    • Political
    • Legal
    • Economic
    • Environmental
  • 6. Political
    • Community Acceptance
    • Adversely Affects One or More Segments of the Population
  • 7. Technical
    • Technical Feasibility
    • Long-term Solution
    • Secondary Impacts
  • 8. Administrative
    • Staffing
    • Funding Allocated
    • Maintenance / Operations
  • 9. Political
    • Political Support
    • Local Champion or Plan Proponent
    • Public Support
  • 10. Legal
    • State Authority
    • Existing Local Authority
    • Action Potentially Subject to Legal Challenge by Opponents
  • 11. Economic
    • Benefit of Mitigation Action
    • Cost of Mitigation Action
    • Contributes to Economic Goals
    • Outside Funding Required
  • 12. Environmental
    • Affects Land / Water Bodies
    • Affects Endangered Species
    • Affects Hazardous Materials and Waste Sites
    • Consistent with Community’s Environmental Goals
    • Consistent with Federal Laws