Mike Talbott, director, Harris County Flood Control District, discussed some of the ongoing projects the county is pursuing to mitigate flood damage and its plans for future projects.
What does HCFC stand for?
HCFC stands for Harris County Flood Control District (est. 1937; Texas)
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- High Calcium Fly Ash
- Hill Country Firemen's Association (Texas)
- Hospitals Contribution Fund of Australia Ltd
- House Committee on Foreign Affairs (US government)
- Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control
- Health Care Financing Administration Demonstration Project (New York)
- Harvest Christian Fellowship Arizona
- Home Credit & Finance Bank
- Huron County Farm Bureau (Michigan)
- Harambee Christian Family Center (Pasadena, CA)
- Health Care Facilities Committee (various locations)
- House of Commons Finance Committee (Canada)
- Hull City Football Club (the Sleeping Giant)
- Harris County Flood Control District
- Harris County Federal Credit Union (Houston, TX)
- Hawaii Community Federal Credit Union
- Highgrove Community Federal Credit Union (St. Paul, MN)
- Harrods Creek Fire Department (Jefferson County, KY)
- High-Calorie/High-Fat Diet
Samples in periodicals archive:
Since that time, the Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) received four times the funding it had previously received to address flooding in the region.
Flooding and Stormwater Issues" was headed up by Mike Talbott, director, Harris County Flood Control District, Houston, TX, who discussed future flood control projects and plans for the city; Martha Juch, Civil Tech Engineering Inc.
Mike Talbott, director, Harris County Flood Control District, presented the history of flooding in Harris county; William Wheeler, director of Preparedness Services, Texas Medical Center discussed the flood warning systems for the Texas Medical Center; Michael Bloom, project manager, PBS&J.