Federal Emergency Management Agency

Economic Impact Assessment of Hurricane Floyd in New Jersey

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To assist the State of New Jersey in recovery efforts following Hurricane Floyd in 1999, FEMA requested that the Economic Development Administration (EDA) undertake a rapid assessment of the economic impacts on agriculture and businesses from Hurricane Floyd. In general terms, the intent was to provide data and recommendations early enough to influence initial recovery decision-making as well as contribute to long-range mitigation initiatives and strategic planning.
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Economic Impact Assessment of Hurricane Floyd in New Jersey
March 1, 2000
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