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New “resiliency center” at Houston Community College aims to prepare Texas’ largest city for disasters

After back-to-back major flooding events devastated Houston, the community college is launching a new program to ensure that citizens, businesses and emergency responders are better equipped to respond to catastrophic events.

Houston Community College Chancellor Cesar Maldonado speaks at a press conference after his state of the college address on   April 26, 2022, in Houston.
A 3D rendering of the Floodwater Rescue Training Facility.

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