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  • Section 9.14: Village of Hagman

    DMA 2000 Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Montgomery County, New York 9.14-1 January 2016

    9.14 Village of Hagaman

    This section presents the jurisdictional annex for the Village of Hagaman.

    9.14.1 Hazard Mitigation Plan Point of Contact

    The following individuals have been identified as the hazard mitigation plans primary and alternate points of

    contact.

    Primary Point of Contact Alternate Point of Contact

    Robert Krom, Mayor

    44 Haskell Street, Hagaman, NY 12086

    (518) 843-5654

    Rkrom1958@yahoo.com

    Code Enforcement Officer

    Thomas DiCaprio

    Phone 518-848-4498

    Vhagaman@nycap.rr.com

    9.14.2 Municipal Profile

    This section provides a summary of the community.

    Population

    According to the U.S. Census, the 2010 population for the Village of Hagaman was 1,292, of which 222 are

    citizens over the age of 65. That encompasses 17.2 percent of the population.

    Location

    The Village of Hagaman is located in the Town of Amsterdam and found in the northwestern corner of

    Montgomery County. It is approximately one mile northeast of the City of Amsterdam and shares its

    boundaries with the Town of Amsterdam to the east, south and west; and Fulton County to the north.

    Brief History

    The Village of Hagaman was formerly called "Hagamans Mills" and was a textile community. It was founded

    in approximately 1777 by Joseph Hagaman.

    Governing Body Format

    The Village of Hagaman is governed by a mayor and four trustees. This governing body will be responsible

    for the adoption and implementation of this plan.

    Growth/Development Trends

    The following table summarizes major residential/commercial development and major infrastructure

    development that are identified for the next five (5) years in the municipality. Refer to the map in section

    9.14.8 of this annex which illustrates the hazard areas along with the location of potential new development.

    Table 9.14-1. Growth and Development

    Property Name

    Type

    (Residential

    or

    Commercial)

    Number of

    Structures Parcel ID(s)

    Known Hazard

    Zone* Description/Status

    The Village has not identified any proposed growth or development for the municipality at the time of this plan update.

    * Only location-specific hazard zones or vulnerabilities identified.

    mailto:Rkrom1958@yahoo.com

  • Section 9.14: Village of Hagman

    DMA 2000 Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Montgomery County, New York 9.14-2 January 2016

    9.14.3 Natural Hazard Event History Specific to the Municipality

    Montgomery County has a history of natural and non-natural hazard events as detailed in Volume I, Section

    5.0 of this plan. A summary of historical events is provided in each of the hazard profiles and includes a

    chronology of events that have affected the County and its municipalities. The table below presents a

    summary of natural events that have occurred to indicate the range and impact of natural hazard events in the

    community. Information regarding specific damages is included if available based on reference material or

    local sources. For details of events prior to 2008, refer to Volume I, Section 5.0 of this plan.

    Table 9.14-2. Hazard Event History

    Dates of Event Event Type

    FEMA Declaration # (If Applicable)

    County Designated? Summary of Damages/Losses

    April 14-18, 2007

    Severe Storms and

    Inland and Coastal

    Flooding

    DR-1692 Yes TBD

    June 10, 2008 TSTM/Lightning N/A N/A TBD

    July 23, 2008 Flash Flooding N/A N/A TBD

    August 26

    September 5, 2011 Hurricane Irene DR-4020 Yes TBD

    September 7-11,

    2011

    Remnants of Tropical

    Storm Lee

    EM-3341

    DR-4031 Yes TBD

    October 27

    November 8, 2012 Hurricane Sandy EM-3351 Yes TBD

    May 22, 2013 Flash Flood N/A N/A TBD

    June 26 July 10,

    2013

    Severe Storms and

    Flooding DR-1429 Yes TBD

    Notes: EM Emergency Declaration (FEMA) FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency DR Major Disaster Declaration (FEMA) IA Individual Assistance N/A Not applicable PA Public Assistance

    9.14.4 Hazard Vulnerabilities and Ranking

    The hazard profiles in Section 5.0 of this plan have detailed information regarding each plan participants

    vulnerability to the identified hazards. The following summarizes the hazard vulnerabilities and their ranking

    in the Village of Hagaman. For additional vulnerability information relevant to this jurisdiction, refer to

    Section 5.0.

  • Section 9.14: Village of Hagman

    DMA 2000 Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Montgomery County, New York 9.14-3 January 2016

    Hazard Risk/Vulnerability Risk Ranking

    The table below summarizes the hazard risk/vulnerability rankings of potential hazards for Village of

    Hagaman.

    Table 9.14-3. Hazard Risk/Vulnerability Risk Ranking

    Hazard type

    Estimate of Potential Dollar Losses to Structures Vulnerable to the

    Hazarda,c,d Probability of

    Occurrence

    Risk Ranking

    Score (Probability

    x Impact) Hazard

    Rankingb

    Drought Damage estimate not available Occasional 26 Medium

    Earthquake 500-Year MRP: $1,025,593

    Rare 12 Low 2,500-Year MRP $15,325,877

    Extreme Temperature Damage estimate not available Frequent 18 Medium

    Flood 1% Annual Chance: $0 Frequent 18 Medium

    Severe Storm 500-Year MRP: $101,063 Frequent 48 High

    Severe Winter Storm 1% GBS: $890,180

    Frequent 51 High 5% GBS: $4,450,900

    Notes:

    a. The general building stock valuation is based on the custom inventory generated for the municipality and based on improved

    value.

    b. High = Total hazard priority risk ranking score of 31 and above

    Medium = Total hazard priority risk ranking of 20-30+

    Low = Total hazard risk ranking below 20

    c. Loss estimates for the severe winter storm hazard is structural values only and do not include the value of contents. Loss estimates

    for the flood and earthquake hazards represent both structure and contents.

    National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Summary

    The following table summarizes the NFIP statistics for the municipality.

    Table 9.14-4. NFIP Summary

    Municipality # Policies (1)

    # Claims

    (Losses) (1)

    Total Loss

    Payments (2)

    # Rep.

    Loss Prop.

    (1)

    # Severe

    Rep. Loss

    Prop. (1)

    # Policies in

    100-Year

    Boundary (3)

    Hagaman,

    Village of 3 4 $38,263.54 0 0 0

    Source: FEMA Region 2, 2013 (1) Policies, claims, repetitive loss and severe repetitive loss statistics provided by FEMA Region 2, and are current as of May 31,

    2013. Please note the total number of repetitive loss properties includes the severe repetitive loss properties. The number of claims represents claims closed by 5/31/2013.

    (2) Total building and content losses from the claims file provided by FEMA Region 2. (3) The policies inside and outside of the flood zones is based on the latitude and longitude provided by FEMA Region 2 in the policy

    file. Notes: FEMA noted that where there is more than one entry for a property, there may be more than one policy in force or more than one

    GIS possibility. A zero percentage denotes less than 1/100th percentage and not zero damages or vulnerability as may be the case.

    Critical Facilities

    The Village of Hagaman does not have critical facilities located in the 1-percent annual chance flood area.

  • Section 9.14: Village of Hagman

    DMA 2000 Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Montgomery County, New York 9.14-4 January 2016

    Other Vulnerabilities Identified by Municipality

    Montgomery County was selected to participate in the statewide competitive program, New York Rising

    Community Reconstruction Program. Projects addressing flooding vulnerabilities of infrastructure, homes,

    and the continuity of utilities throughout Montgomery County were identified. Issues and concerns of this

    nature were also addressed specifically by the Village of Hagaman in Letters of Intent (LOI) submitted for the

    FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program. Action Worksheets located at the end of this annex provide detail

    on the projects.

  • Section 9.14: Village of Hagman

    DMA 2000 Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Montgomery County, New York 9.14-5 January 2016

    9.14.5 Capability Assessment

    This section identifies the following capabilities of the local jurisdiction:

    Planning and regulatory capability

    Administrative and technical capability

    Fiscal capability

    Community classification

    NFIP

    Integration of Mitigation Planning into Existing and Future Planning Mechanisms

    Planning and Regulatory Capability

    The table below summarizes the regulatory tools that are available to the municipality.

    Table 9.14-5. Planning and Regulatory Tools

    Tool / Program (code, ordinance, plan)

    Do you have this? (Yes/No)

    If Yes, date of adoption or update

    Authority (local,

    county, state,

    federal)

    Dept. /Agency

    Responsible

    Code Citation and Comments (Code Chapter, name of plan, explanation of authority, etc.)

    Planning Capability

    Master Plan Yes Local Planning

    Board

    Comprehensive Plan for the Village

    of Hagaman, 2004

    Capital Improve

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