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State Vulnerability Assessment Framework Working Group Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
David Barkin
10:10
David Barkin - Co-Chair, DAS
Kevin Grigg
10:25
Kevin Grigg from Fuss & O'Neill; working group member.
David Murphy
10:30
David Murphy, Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation (CIRCA)
Matthew Fulda
10:47
Matt Fulda - MetroCOG
David Ruiz
12:05
David Ruiz from DAS-Bureau of Information Technology Solutions. Working Group Member
Lori Mathieu
12:17
Lori Mathieu, DPH Environmental Health & Drinking Water
John Truscinski
12:54
John Truscinski - CT Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation (CIRCA)
Robert LaFrance
13:06
Robert LaFrance, Audubon
William Turley
14:17
Brenda.bergeron@ct.gov Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection/Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security
Christine Hahn
14:53
Christine Hahn, DPH, Environmental Health & Drinking Water Branch
Rebecca French
22:02
remember "sensitivity, exposure and adaptive capacity". You will see it again ---and John is highlighting now
Natasha Dolmon
39:41
@John, just to confirm, I would love to incorporate the CCVI into the final version of the survey. I think it will be helpful for agencies to understand how their specific assets will be impacted
John Truscinski
42:47
@Natasha, no problem. We're happy to provide assistance. We have the CCVI completed in Fairfield and New Haven Counties currently and will have it for the entire state sometime in 2022.
Rebecca French
01:00:35
Additional suggestions for tools like those highlighted by Brenda are welcome as you review the survey
Natasha Dolmon
01:00:42
Dolmon, Natasha <OPMDAPA.Intern5@ct.gov>
Patricia Taylor
01:03:50
Will the CIRCA map data be included as layers in the Environmental Justice Map being developed at CT DEEP?
Patricia Taylor
01:06:13
Will the survey and assessments be usable to apply for federal funding?
Lori Mathieu
01:08:05
Denise there is a Drinking Water Vulnerability & Resiliency Plan created by DPH working with CIRCA, Dave or John can share the link to that plan which includes a review of all public water systems in the 4 southern counties.
David Murphy
01:08:25
I can confirm that the CCVI, SVI, and EJ layers have significant linkage and there will be connections
Patricia Taylor
01:08:41
Thanks!