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*1.[57] Disaster preparedness or crisis relocation records  
  a. Official copy of plans, including supporting maps, when prepared by local government under provisions of Section 23, Executive Law: PERMANENT
  b. Copies of plans held by local government, including supporting maps, when official copies prepared under Section 23, Executive Law, are maintained by county or other local government which created them, along with other disaster preparedness plans, not prepared under Section 23, Executive Law, intended for specific buildings or for use by specific local government units: 3 years after superseded
  c. Background materials and supporting documentation used in preparation of plans: 3 years
*2.[58] Federal surplus property acquisition records: 6 years after receipt of surplus property
*3.[59] Emergency food storage records: 3 years
*4.[60] Emergency fuel allocation records, including monthly application/report and detailed fuel allocation records: 3 years
*5.[61] Disaster response and damage files compiling information on the response of all agencies to a major disaster, including such records as photographs, press clippings, property damage reports, records of emergency response, summary reports of personal injuries, records relating to demolition and new construction, and correspondence: PERMANENT

Emergency operating center records covering maintenance, and use:


NOTE: For property acquisition, facility construction and other records covering emergency operating centers and fallout shelters, see the Public Property and Equipment section.

6 years after center no longer used for civil defense purposes
*7.[63] Fallout shelter records  
  a. Licenses, plans and surveys: 6 years after building no longer in existence
  b. Listing of shelters: 0 after superseded or obsolete
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