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LONG-TERM RECOVERY COMMITTEE

The Connecticut Long Term Recovery Committee (LTR) is one of 14 Emergency Support Functions that comprise the State Response Framework. Since early 2012, the LTR Committee has been building a framework for the state to support long-term recovery of our communities through:
  • Coordination of federal, state and local government resources and expertise
  • Involvement of business and nonprofit sectors
  • Education & outreach
  • Mitigation and risk reduction programs & policies

Working Groups

Natural & Cultural Resources coordinates departments and agencies to provide information and assistance to communities that want to preserve, protect and restore natural and cultural resources during recovery.

Contacts: Daniel Forrest: Daniel.Forrest@ct.gov
Peter Francis: Peter.Francis@ct.gov

Community and Capacity Building coordinates expertise for communities in planning and implementing pre- and post-disaster recovery programs, with an emphasis on hazard mitigation.

Contacts: Mike Muszynski: mmuszynski@ccm-CT.org
April Capone: April.Capone@ct.Gov

Economic focuses on activities to help communities efficiently and effectively restore economic and business activities while adapting to market changes brought on by catastrophic events.

Contacts:
Peter Lent: Peter.Lent@ct.gov
Stan Sorkin: ssorkin@ctfoodassociation.org
Paul Ryan: pryan@aosinc.com

Individual Assistance (Including Housing and Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters) helps coordinate available housing and individual assistance needs and identifies gaps in services and delivery.

Contacts: Kenneth Dumais: Kenneth.Dumais@ct.gov
Dakibu Muley: Dakibu.Muley@ct.gov
Richard Branigan: Richard.Branigan@redcross.org



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