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APPENDIX H Model Emergency Operations Plans H-1. COMPREHENSIVE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLAN (CEMP), Kitsap County (Washington) Department of Emergency Management, December 2003. (As of April 2009) H-2. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLANNING FOR TEXAS TRANSIT AGENCIES: A GUIDEBOOK, TxDOT, Report FHWA/TX-00-1834-4), February 2000. (As of April 2010) H-3. EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN (EOP) [TEMPLATE], Montgomery County (PA) Department of Public Safety.,Path,DPS/OEP/Worddocs/EOP.doc, assetguid,db0dadbe-308b-49c3-baac1ff342bbe9ec.doc (As of April 2009) H-4. MODEL LOCAL EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN, Connecticut Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, 2006 (As of April 2009) H-5. OREGON STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLAN (As of April 2009) H-6. REGIONAL EMERGENCY COORDINATION PLAN, Metropolitan Washington Coun- cil of Governments, September 2002. (As of April 2009) H-7. VIRGINIA BASIC EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN, statewide H-8. VIRGINIA DOT EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION PLAN AND HURRICANE TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN (As of April 2009) H-9. WisDOT EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS PLAN (As of April 2009) 156