FORTIFIED: Critical Lessons for Alabama 10 Years after Hurricane Katrina

Bolivar Peninsula, Texas, a few days before Hurricane Ike, September 2008 Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast with devastating force a decade ago. Twenty-two counties in Alabama were declared disaster areas, leaving the state with tremendous social and economic losses. Despite the fact that Alabama still does not have a statewide, uniform building code, we…

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