Each LMS shall have the following components:
    (1) A description of the activities of local government and private organizations that promote hazard mitigation; a description of the policies, ordinances or programs that guide those activities; and any deficiencies in the policies, ordinances, and programs with recommendations to correct those deficiencies.
    (2) A description of the methods used to engage private sector participation.
    (3) A statement of general mitigation goals, with Working Group recommendations for implementing these goals, and estimated dates for implementation.
    (4) A description of the procedures used by the Working Group to review the LMS at regular intervals to ensure that it reflects current conditions within the County.
    (5) A hazard assessment to include, at the minimum, an evaluation of the vulnerability of structures, infrastructure, special risk populations, environmental resources and the economy to storm surge, high winds, flooding, wildfires and any other hazard to which the community is susceptible.
    (6) A statement of procedures used to set the order of priority for projects based on project variables which shall include technical and financial feasibility.
    (7) A list of approved projects in order of priority with estimated costs and associated funding sources.
    (8) A list of critical facilities that must remain operational during and after a disaster.
    (9) A list of repetitive loss structures.
    (10) Maps, in Geographical Information System (GIS) format, depicting hazard areas, project locations, critical facilities and repetitive loss structures.
Rulemaking Authority 252.35(2)(x) FS. Law Implemented 252.311, 252.32, 252.35 FS. History—New 2-24-02, Formerly 9G-22.005.