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Please pray for those in Oso, heavy rains and more to come…

Snohomish County Government is more concerned with saving money then any life:

 

From: Rose, Diana
Sent: Monday, May 12, 2014 12:07 PM
To: Scalf, Roy; Finco, Toni; Lee, James
Cc: Thomsen, Steven; Pennington, John; Biermann, Jason; Thunberg, Mark
Subject: RE: Fuel cost for Oso

I have documentation on what was filled daily.  I just spoke with Mike Brower and he said as long as we can document what went into our rental equipment we will be fine.  He is under the impression that we had lots of PW equipment out on the pile.  I do not believe that is true.  I assured most everything that was being fueled was rental equipment ie… machinery, generators, pumps.  All rental equipment, all documented…

I can work with James on this.

Thanks.

Diana

From:Scalf, Roy
Sent: Monday, May 12, 2014 10:15 AM
To:Finco, Toni; Lee, James
Cc:Rose, Diana; Thomsen, Steven; Pennington, John; Biermann, Jason; Thunberg, Mark
Subject: RE: Fuel cost for Oso

Thank you Toni.  We all I know you are trying very hard to recover the County’s expenses for the Oso effort.I think the issue of FEMA refusing to pay for fuel used at the Oso operation needs to be elevated to the Executive’s Office.  FEMA emergency responders were the first ones to order a fuel truck (Associated Petroleum) for the operation, but of course had no way to pay the bill.  I agreed to process the bills through Fleet so that the vendors would get paid.  At the request of FEMA emergency responders, we ordered a second fuel truck to service the Darrington side.  I’m sure the documentation could have been better, but I am also confident based on what I have heard that neither vendor was taking advantage of the situation. For FEMA staff accountants or auditors to now refuse to reimburse for the County for $300,000 and $400,000 in fuel that supported the operation and was ordered by FEMA emergency responders just doesn’t seem right.  I don’t have a reserve fund for this kind of expenditure, so this has the potential to impact County equipment rates and capital replacements this year and well into the future. I think we’re going to need help from Mr. Thomsen, Mr. Pennington and Mr. Thunberg on this one.

Roy Scalf

Snohomish County Fleet Manager

Director, Snohomish County Fleet Services Division

Dept. of Facilities and Fleet 

3402 McDougall Avenue Everett WA, 98201| ( (425) 388-6061|7 (425) 388-6069|* mailto:roy.scalf@snoco.org

NOTICE:  All emails, and attachments, sent to and from Snohomish County are public records and may be subject to disclosure pursuant to the Public Records Act (RCW 42.56)

From: Finco, Toni
Sent: Monday, May 12, 2014 8:36 AM
To: Lee, James
Cc: Scalf, Roy
Subject: Fuel cost for Oso

James/Roy,

The conversation on Thursday has bothered me all weekend.  I’m wondering if we can somehow make a connection between the amphibious excavator and fuel used.  I talked with the state and they said they would consider it if we give them something type of documentation.   It’s  going to take some work so you will have to decide if it is worth the time.  I believe the excavator(s) were rented from BCI; however it was through the emergency operations center so I don’t have any details.   You may want to contact Diana Rose and get contact info for the company.  If we could figure out how much gas these excavators use and what days they were in operation we may be able to tie some fuel invoices to that rented equipment.  It’s just a thought as I know your department is out a lot of money.

Toni Finco, Funding Coordinator

TES – Program Planning  Snohomish County

Department of Public Works

3000 Rockefeller Ave   M/S 607 Everett, WA  98201

Phone   (425) 388-3784 FAX       (425) 388-6449

email    toni.finco@snoco.org WEB      www.Snoco.org

NOTICE:  All emails, and attachments, sent to and from Snohomish County are public records and may be subject to disclosure pursuant to the Public Records Act (RCW 42.56)

This Roy Scalf is all pissy about what FEMA did but since our DEM was out of town when the slide hit & then REFUSED help from multiple counties & agencies seems he would be thanking them for showing up at all

The road that everyone depends on is already compromised, it was supposed to be reenforced at the Waldheim slide (January 2011) area by Darrington & the new patch of road hasn’t even had time to settle yet, but of course everyone at SnoCo had to make it a big media cover your butt event.

From: Ockerlander, Amy
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2011 5:58 PM
To: Parry, Brian; Reardon, Aaron; Haakenson, Gary; Schwarzen, Christopher
Cc: Camp, Peter
Subject: FW: Waldheim Slide

Looks like this is confirmed, we should probably have Executive Office involvement at this point. The 6 pm conference call is now beginning

Amy Ockerlander Executive Analyst
Snohomish County Executive Office
3000 Rockefeller, M/S 407
Everett, WA 98201-4046
Phone:  425-388-3460
Fax:  425-388-3434
Email: 
amy.ockerlander@snoco.org
www.snoco.org

From: Thomsen, Steven

Sent: Monday, January 17, 2011 5:56 PM
To: Ockerlander, Amy; Doherty, Tamara
Cc: Scalf, Roy; Carter, Owen; DuVall, Bruce; Biermann, Jason; Murphy, Mark; Pennington, John
Subject: RE: Waldheim Slide

Roy just called in from waldhiem with following:

  • River side of road continues to erode away
  • Crews have moved barracades again to create about 9.5 one lane road with stop signs each end
  • Uphill water, piping of fines, and river erosion of the toe are eating away at the road
  • Will likely last maybe a few days longer but need to take some action
  • Roy will mobilize crew to place culvert and fill roadside ditch to gain additional room for the road tomorrow
  • Longer term fix is necessary and DPW/USFS are in discussion with FHWA on fundinig
  • Roy and I recommend a reverse 911 message to all residents on other side of slide warning that the road could erode to point where impassable and they could be cut off from access
  • Some prior contact of citizens has been made via a local representative but feel this additional contact is warranted.
  • Silverton alternate route is mountain loop highway but that route will likely be snowed in in places.
  • Roy will open deer creek gate to provide that option in an emergency.
  • RM planning to place local access only signs on the Waldheim slide one lane road
  • We should notify forest service of the situation

Please forward this email onto the project team thanks

—–Original Message—–
From: Ockerlander, Amy
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2011 4:59 PM
To: Thomsen, Steven
Subject: RE: Waldheim Slide

Any confirmation/assessment yet? I’m working on the evening press release.  Any other slide/debris clean up confirmations that PW has received are options as well.  I expect to get some calls this evening. I assume this will be discussed on the 6 pm, but if someone could confirm and/or debunk reports via email that would simplify things.  S

Amy Ockerlander Snohomish County Executive Office
3000 Rockefeller, M/S 407 Everett, WA 98201-4046
Phone:  425-388-3090 Fax:  425-388-3434
Email: 
amy.ockerlander@co.snohomish.wa.us
www.snoco.org

From: Thomsen, Steven

Sent: Monday, January 17, 2011 2:11 PM
To: Ockerlander, Amy
Subject: Re: Waldheim Slide

Peter forbes is contact but I do not have no
————————–
Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless Handheld

From: Ockerlander, Amy

To: Doherty, Tamara
Cc: Thomsen, Steven
Sent: Mon Jan 17 14:04:49 2011
Subject: Waldheim Slide

Tammy – What a day, huh?

Just talked to Steve T. re: the Waldheim slide.  If the USFS is not clued in on the slide’s movement as a result of this storm, we should loop them in as soon as the GeoTech assessment is complete.  My assumption is DEM should take the lead.Also, when the assessment comes in a heads up that I will likely be making calls to the congressional delegation to fill them in. Finally, if it looks like we are going to need to send out a reverse 911, we should work on timing so that the News Release goes out very shortly after.  It will reduce the number of calls in to the call center or directed at the both of us. Thanks!

Amy Ockerlander Snohomish County Executive Office
3000 Rockefeller, M/S 407 Everett, WA 98201-4046
Phone:  425-388-3090 Fax:  425-388-3434
Email: 
amy.ockerlander@co.snohomish.wa.us

If there ever was another catastrophe I can tell you you had better not depend on the govt, the Everett Clinic & SnoCo can’t even get freakin vaccines out without a bunch of cat fights & egos blowing

From: Schwarzen, Christopher
Sent: Friday, October 16, 2009 3:02 PM
To: Pennington, John; Soine, Mark
Subject: FW: RE:

In case you’re not up to date, please read below.

Christopher Schwarzen Executive Office

Snohomish County 425-388-3883

From: Zepeda, April [azepeda@everettclinic.com]

Sent: Friday, October 16, 2009 2:32 PM
To: Schwarzen, Christopher
Subject: RE: RE:

Well sit back, and enjoy this: You missed Rick Mockler, Dr. Goldbaum and Tim McDonald make a show of their complete power struggle at this morning’s meeting.  Suzanne’s in a spat with the Herald, everyone has a complaint about us communicators, and now we have learned that darn little vaccine is delayed.So here’s the best predicament of all.   We have 14 thousand doses coming in (we think) next week.  The question is: Do we cancel the October 31st clinics so we can vaccinate all the healthcare workers, or do we not vaccinate healthcare workers so we can hold the clinics. Dr. Goldbaum seems to be leaning toward cancelling the clinics.

Now if I was covering that story – here would be my lead:Children and pregnant women who are most vulnerable to complications of Swine Flu, will not be included in the first round of Snohomish County vaccinations after all. The vaccine will instead go to healthcare workers who insist they have higher exposure. How’s that sound?

April Zepeda  Media & Communications Manager
The Everett Clinic 4027 Hoyt Ave Everett, WA. 98201
Phone: 425-304-1139
azepeda@everettclinic.com

Obviously I have been going through public records, & watching the weather forecasts & I can sit here & write all night but I can not save anyone from these people.Normally I love to say “I told you so” but if I am right then that means more lives, homes, property & animals are going to be lost. It’s not just the people on the Stilaguamish River the Skykomish River Residents are in as much danger

From: Stewart, Mark (EMD) [mailto:M.Stewart@emd.wa.gov]
Sent: Friday, March 5, 2010 7:08 AM
To: Pennington, John
Subject: Mitigation plan

John, let me know if we can be of any assistance in helping with your HM planning initiative during the next few weeks until you get someone to replace Robin. Mark
Mark Stewart
Sent from Blackberry handheld

—– Original Message —–
From: Pennington, John <John.Pennington@co.snohomish.wa.us>
To: Stewart, Mark (EMD)
Sent: Mon Mar 01 15:02:54 2010
Subject: Re: XXXXXXXX – N Sky River – Reminder FMA Funding Cycle is OPEN! RE: PLS call Arlene XXXXXXXX – Skykomish River buyout?

Hi Mark, I am instructing a course and in an evening exercise. I hope you got my voice message. Can you reply to my personal email: jepennington@verizon.net? Let me know your thoughts!
JP.

From: Stewart, Mark (EMD)
To: Doherty, Tamara
Cc: Pennington, John
Sent: Mon Mar 01 11:18:43 2010
Subject: RE: MXXXXXXX – N Sky River – Reminder FMA Funding Cycle is OPEN! RE: PLS call Arlene XXXXXXX – Skykomish River buyout?

Thank you, Tamara. Will keep you and John in the mitigation information loop.

Mark Stewart
State Hazard Mitigation Programs Manager
WA Military Department Emergency Management Division
Camp Murray – (253) 512-7072
Blackberry – (253) 988-0631
FAX – (253) 512-7205

From: Stewart, Mark (EMD) [mailto:M.Stewart@emd.wa.gov]
Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 8:32 AM
To: Wilson, David; Gordon, Robin
Cc: john.graves1@dhs.gov; Fred.Kunchick@dhs.gov; SaintOnge, Louise (EMD); Nims, Wes (EMD); Kowalski, Heather (EMD); karen.wood-mcguiness@dhs.gov; Braden.Allen@dhs.gov; Doherty, Tamara; Hurner, Mary; Engel, John; Sheehan, Michael; steven.randolph@dhs.gov
Subject: RE: XXXXXXXX – N Sky River – Reminder FMA Funding Cycle is OPEN! RE: PLS call Arlene XXXXXXXX – Skykomish River buyout?

A couple of clarifications to the synopsis that you provided in this email.

One, RFC is 100 percent federal. The caveat is that a) the state and the applicant (Snohomish County) must state that they do not have the capacity to manage a grant (we will not be using this approach!) OR b) the state or the applicant attests that it does not have the non-federal match. Of course, for properties to be eligible, they must have flood insurance and be on FEMA’s rep loss list.  SRL properties are eligible for a 90 percent federal cost share for PDM, FMA, SRL programs since the state has a rep loss strategy in its hazard mitigation plan.  RFC is a nationally competitive program, with past annual appropriations of $10 million, and applications limited to $1 million (federal programmatic requirement). Two, regarding the plan effective date vis-à-vis application date – the planning regulation [44 CFR 201.9(a)(1)] states that for an applicant to be eligible for PDM, FMA, and SRL, it must have an approved plan on the date of application (the date when the state sends the application to FEMA) as well as on the date of grant award. The regulation further states that it is up to the FEMA regional administrator to determine whether an approved plan is required for RFC applications (we have not asked the question of the region yet). I am working with the FEMA regional staff to get SRL training to the state in the first half of the year. In terms of demonstrating cost effectiveness for properties that have not been damaged and are above BFE, I’m frankly not sure how the benefit cost analysis would work.

Mark Stewart
State Hazard Mitigation Programs Manager
WA Military Department Emergency Management Division
Camp Murray – (253) 512-7072
Blackberry – (253) 988-0631
FAX – (253) 512-7205

From: Wilson, David [mailto:David.Wilson@co.snohomish.wa.us]
Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 7:46 AM
To: Stewart, Mark (EMD); Gordon, Robin; steven.randolph@dhs.gov
Cc: john.graves1@dhs.gov; Fred.Kunchick@dhs.gov; SaintOnge, Louise (EMD); Nims, Wes (EMD); Kowalski, Heather (EMD); karen.wood-mcguiness@dhs.gov; Braden.Allen@dhs.gov; Doherty, Tamara; Hurner, Mary; Engel, John; Sheehan, Michael
Subject: RE: XXXXXXX – N Sky River – Reminder FMA Funding Cycle is OPEN! RE: PLS call Arlene XXXXXXXX – Skykomish River buyout?

Robin, Mark, and Steven

So a few things about “Buyouts” and Channel Migration Hazards, with the sour economy I have gotten at least a dozen formal buyout requests from citizens since the January 2009 flood.  On the subject of buyouts, these are typically the most expensive mitigation alternative for the community as there are a number of hard (and future) costs that can’t be passed onto the homeowners.  Internally we are assessing what our priorities are regarding buyouts as well as our internal budget limitations.  I have addressed the issue of some type of public information pamphlet modeled on the King County pamphlet that I received from one of their Flood Management staff, but I have received a cool (no) response from management.  In addition our real estate division does not like using funding sources that only reimburse at a 75% rate; for example: FMA, PDM and RFC due to the hardship that is created when homeowners receive only 75% of their equity stake in a property.  The exception to this is a Channel Migration risk situation where the owner may walk away with marginal value after a single catastrophic loss.  I currently have five homeowners who have requested assistance with this situation, one of which is the XXXXXXXX.  From reviewing the current BCA training manual it is less then clear how one would approach this situation, as the BCA software focuses on flood inundation with use of damage frequency curves.  All five homeowners requesting assistance currently have homes that are located above the BFE (or in an “A” zone), of the five homes only one owner has flood claims, as it turns out none of them are repetitive loss properties.  Of the five homeowners only two are participating in the NFIP. Last Thursday evening at the natural hazards plan update meeting in Arlington, Rob Flanner of Tetra tech stated that he can give me a copy of his write up for a Pierce County flood mitigation application he completed which uses an approach that calculates a “substantial damage” scenario in the BCA to model the Channel Migration risk in terms of dollars and cents.  Once I receive this from Rob I will work on the BCA for the XXXXXXXX family, if it pans out I will encourage management to include it in a FMA application.  I apologize for being a little clueless on how to solve this technical problem but it is not at all clear how one would provide all of the required documentation in an acceptable format for this type of risk/ hazard.  Since there is a substantial investment of staff time in preparing these applications we are a little adverse to risk taking on new approaches.  I do have the successful Chatham Acres HMGP application which Snohomish County successfully implemented five years ago; however this was a unique situation as a whole channel avulsed through a meander and two homes had already been substantially damaged (fallen in the river) before the homeowners association agreed to pursue a FEMA buyout. Rob also mentioned that our current Natural Hazards plan will expire on May 10, 2010, and that the FEMA e-grant portal will stop accepting new applications for our community sometime in the last two weeks of April 2010.  So we will have to complete any new FMA application before this date.  I am looking forward to the Severe Repetitive Loss training if it occurs this year as this funding source will give Snohomish County citizens another tool to approach the many hazards our community faces. Thanks,

David
(425) 388-3464, 4619

From: Stewart, Mark (EMD) [mailto:M.Stewart@emd.wa.gov]
Sent: Friday, February 26, 2010 8:00 AM
To: Gordon, Robin; steven.randolph@dhs.gov; Wilson, David
Cc: john.graves1@dhs.gov; Fred.Kunchick@dhs.gov; SaintOnge, Louise (EMD); Nims, Wes (EMD); Kowalski, Heather (EMD); karen.wood-mcguiness@dhs.gov; Braden.Allen@dhs.gov; Doherty, Tamara
Subject: RE: XXXXXXXX – N Sky River – Reminder FMA Funding Cycle is OPEN! RE: PLS call Arlene XXXXXXX – Skykomish River buyout?

With no structure damage (appears most damage is erosion of land), BCA likely will not pencil out. I’ve had some difficult conversations with other homeowners in the same situation.

Mark Stewart
State Hazard Mitigation Programs Manager
WA Military Department Emergency Management Division
Camp Murray – (253) 512-7072
Blackberry – (253) 988-0631
FAX – (253) 512-7205

From: Gordon, Robin [mailto:robin.gordon@co.snohomish.wa.us]
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2010 6:36 PM
To: Stewart, Mark (EMD); ‘steven.randolph@dhs.gov’; Wilson, David
Cc: ‘john.graves1@dhs.gov’; ‘Fred.Kunchick@dhs.gov’; SaintOnge, Louise (EMD); Nims, Wes (EMD); Kowalski, Heather (EMD); ‘karen.wood-mcguiness@dhs.gov’; ‘Braden.Allen@dhs.gov’; Doherty, Tamara
Subject: Re: XXXXXXX – N Sky River – Reminder FMA Funding Cycle is OPEN! RE: PLS call Arlene XXXXXXXX – Skykomish River buyout?

David and I have both talked with her several times. Last time we talked I believe she couldn’t afford the match. I am not sure about the BCA either, no damages thus far. I will let David elaborate more.

From: Stewart, Mark (EMD)
To: Randolph, Steven ; Wilson, David
Cc: Graves, John ; Gordon, Robin; Kunchick, Fred ; SaintOnge, Louise (EMD) ; Nims, Wes (EMD) ; Kowalski, Heather (EMD) ; Wood-McGuiness, Karen ; Allen, Braden
Sent: Thu Feb 25 17:48:00 2010
Subject: RE: XXXXXXXX – N Sky River – Reminder FMA Funding Cycle is OPEN! RE: PLS call Arlene XXXXXXXX – Skykomish River buyout?

Arlene and I have traded voice messages.  I left the last one a few weeks ago and never heard back. I will try again tomorrow.

Mark Stewart
State Hazard Mitigation Programs Manager
WA Military Department Emergency Management Division
Camp Murray – (253) 512-7072
Blackberry – (253) 988-0631
FAX – (253) 512-7205

From: Randolph, Steven [mailto:steven.randolph@dhs.gov]
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2010 5:08 PM
To: Wilson, David; Stewart, Mark (EMD)
Cc: Graves, John; Gordon, Robin; Kunchick, Fred; SaintOnge, Louise (EMD); Nims, Wes (EMD); Kowalski, Heather (EMD); Wood-McGuiness, Karen; Allen, Braden
Subject: XXXXXXXX – N Sky River – Reminder FMA Funding Cycle is OPEN! RE: PLS call Arlene XXXXXXXX – Skykomish River buyout?

David and Mark: Just received another call from Arlene XXXXXXXX with regard to a buyout of their property on the North Fork Skykomish River.  The XXXXXXXX’s property is covered by a NFIP policy, but they have no claims history. Their property may be eligible for a FMA acquisition grant.

Property:
Donald C and Arlene XXXXXXXX
51719 Skyko Drive
Index, WA 98256

FMA Open cycles: Both FMA09 and FMA10 cycles have been kept “open” until all funds are obligated.  So, there is no application deadline in effect at this time. (NOTE: we would be hard-pressed to process anything after August 15th, in order to obtain funding prior to the end of the Federal Fiscal Year on 9/30/10.)

Here’s what I said:
·         The FMA grant program has an “open season”, there is no deadline in effect at this time.  This is not normal – usually the deadline is December of each year.
·         FMA is limited to NFIP-insured properties.
·         OMB (the White House) requires FEMA to only fund “cost-effective” projects.  This is evaluated through a computer program.  This can be a real problem.
·         The Cost share is 75/25, so for acquisitions, usually the homeowner “donates” 25% of the Appraised Value.
·         The State runs the grant programs – David would be submitting an application to the State.  Then it would come to FEMA.

The situation: My understanding from our conversation:
·         Arlene’s community on the North Fork was heavily impacted by channel migration and bank erosion in January 2009.
·         She has been working to try to obtain funds for a bank stabilization project, but has been unsuccessful. (primarily due to lack of match – e.g. she and her husband are retired on SS)
·         She then turned to the County for assistance with a buyout, and has been working with David.
·         She obtained an Elevation Certificate and photos for what she thought was a March 1st deadline for submittal of a project application. Was told “no” and is now confused and frustrated.
NFIP Policy# XXXXXXXXXX through Nationwide

Situation:
Lost 50 ft of property to flooding by North Fork Skykomish.  Septic system is now only @50ft from the riverbank.  If they lose the septic system, their home will be uninhabitable and will be condemned by SnoCo.  No place to relocate the septic system, as the lots are not acreage.  House is apx 100 ft from riverbank. Neighbors’ house is now on the bank.
Thanks so much for circling back with her.

Steven Randolph
Senior Hazard Mitigation Grants Specialist
DHS/FEMA Region 10 – Mitigation Division
130 – 228th St SW
Bothell, WA 98021-9796
Phone: (425) 487-4671
FAX: (425) 487-4613
Building Disaster Resistant Communities

From: Randolph, Steven
Sent: Monday, February 22, 2010 12:07 PM
To: Stewart, Mark (EMD); SaintOnge, Louise (EMD); Nims, Wes (EMD)
Cc: Kunchick, Fred
Subject: PLS call Arlene XXXXXXXX – Skykomish River buyout?

Skyko1 and “envac” (couldn’t understand the voice-mail message) Working with David Wilson (Snohomish County) on buyout.  Have lost their home (to flooding?).
Needs to know about next application cycle.  Hopes that they don’t have to wait until winter. Thanks for calling her back at: 360-793-XXXX Steven

There are 100’s more emails that show how many different ways that the County & the DEM failed the people at Oso & all through the north part of the county but I am sending them to the lawyers who are representing those families before I publish them so they don’t get a chance to make up a story to cover their butts. Someone gifted me all these records because they didn’t have the time to go through all of them or get them to the people they need to get to. This just breaks my heart & makes me sick to fully see & understand just how little these people care about the citizens they are supposed to serve

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