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A. Mutual aid and assistance agreements could be used to help with debris removal. B. Mutual aid and assistance agreements helps to expand the response resources available to any one jurisdiction. C. Mutual aid and assistance agreements should be in writing to minimize administrative conflict. D. Mutual aid and assistance agreements should be limited to two participating jurisdictions.
Mutual aid and assistance agreements should be limited to two participating jurisdictions is FALSE.
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Mutual aid and assistance agreements should be limited to two participating jurisdictions is FALSE.
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