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"Every dollar invested in disaster mitigation pays back six times over in avoided losses—and not just in economic terms," Dr. Alison Brizius said in an exclusive interview with CAI. "It pays back in terms of all of the disruption that we avoid to the lives of our residents and our businesses."
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