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Mr. Ron Davis

State Hazard Mitigation Officer

Illinois Limited Liability Company

Direct Phone: (217) ***-****       

Email: r***@***.gov

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Illinois Limited Liability Company

100 W. Randolph

Chicago, Illinois 60601

United States

Company Description

ILLINET, established in 1975, is a statewide library alliance, representing over 3,000 academic, public, school and special libraries that are members of Illinois' library systems (RAILS, IHLS and CPLS). With the support of the Illinois State Library and ... more

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State Hazard Mitigation Officer

Illinois Emergency Management Agency

State Hazard Mitigation Officer

Central United States Earthquake Consortium


Illinois Department of Natural Resources Division of Water Resources representative

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"We don't have any doubts that ... [cached]

"We don't have any doubts that this will get approved," said Ron Davis, a hazard mitigation officer for the Illinois EMA.

Also, the employee whose job it was to process FEMA grants switched jobs the first of August, which added to the delay, Davis said.
Davis said Machesney Park is the furthest along in the buyout grant program in the state. He said roughly 30 communities are seeking funding for similar programs. Winnebago County's early completion of a hazardous mitigation plan helped put communities like Machesney Park ahead of the curve, Davis said.
But there's still paperwork to be done, which includes adding detail to a budget item or language in the grant and completing records of environmental considerations in the area, Davis said.
Homeowners must continue to play the waiting game, which has been frustrating for Nancy Whalen, who says she lost everything in the flood.
When the waters rose June 13, 2008, to levels above her mailbox and flooded homes on her street, she and her husband, Jeff, loaded valuables and personal keepsakes into their fishing boat and piloted up the street to their car, which was parked on dry land.

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Mr. Ron Davis State Hazard Mitigation Officer Phone: (217) 524-1003 Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.

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From left, Illinois Emergency Management Agency representative Ron Davis and Illinois Department of Natural Resources Division of Water Resources representative Paul Osman speak to the crowd about new flood plain construction and the state's mitigation and buyout program.

"Document the house as it is," Ron Davis of IEMA Mitigation said.
Davis said the state has $100 million to spend on buying homes of frequent flood victims in Illinois.
Davis said in the last 18 years the state's acquisition program has bought about 3,000 properties which he said saves taxpayers $4 for every $1 spent. The goal is to not use tax money to spend on damage to the same homes that flood over and over.
Davis said the good news is homeowners get fair market pre-flood price on their homes that they may use on another home. The bad news is they typically have to wait a year for the closing. Davis and one other man handle all the acquisitions of flooded homes in the state.
"We're under water. We're swamped," Davis said.
Davis said regarding maintenance of the property, some jurisdictions work out a deal with neighboring property owners to mow it in exchange for garden space.
A person considering pursuit of a buyout should not demolish the property on their own unless the property is leaning, in threat of collapse or otherwise a threat.
"Get a document from the county saying you had to do it for that reason," Davis said.

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Mr. Ron Davis State Hazard Mitigation Officer Phone: (217) 524-1003

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Ron Davis, the state disaster mitigation officer for the Illinois Emergency Management Agency, has been trying to help the city finance the final 25 percent of the grant. That source was finally identified as coming from the city of Glenview that had money left over from its own FEMA property acquisition grant it received following a flooding Page 2 of 2 - "Everything is ready to get moving," Davis said recently.

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