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FEMA gives Union Co. ultimatum; flood insurance could go up

FEMA gives Union Co. ultimatum; flood insurance could go upNews from News & Observer: More than 400 homeowners whose property lies along the Missouri River in southeast South Dakota could end up paying a $ 50 surcharge on their flood insurance if officials in Union County do not meet a federal deadline to submit flood [...]

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FEMA gives Union Co. ultimatum; flood insurance could go up

FEMA gives Union Co. ultimatum; flood insurance could go upNews from Charlotte Observer: More than 400 homeowners whose property lies along the Missouri River in southeast South Dakota could end up paying a $ 50 surcharge on their flood insurance if officials in Union County do not meet a federal deadline to submit flood insurance-related [...]

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Henderson Co. homeowners could get cheaper flood insurance rates

Henderson Co. homeowners could get cheaper flood insurance ratesNews from 14 News WFIE Evansville: HENDERSON, KY (WFIE) – Homeowners in Henderson County could see much lower rates on their flood insurance if a new program city and county leaders are working on is passed. Some houses have been raised in order to be above base [...]

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Ohio city could face rise in flood insurance costs

Ohio city could face rise in flood insurance costsNews from WTRF: FINDLAY, Ohio (AP) – Leaders in a northwestern Ohio city that has seen more than its share of flooding say the Federal Emergency Management Agency has threatened to put the its flood insurance program on “probation.” Officials in Findlay say that could increase the [...]

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Why the mancave could be a big insurance risk

Why the mancave could be a big insurance riskNews from CNBC.com: Source: Marcia Rafte Possessions removed from the Rafte family’s basement after a June 2013 flood. Of course, it’s not fair to single out the man cave. For Marcia and Jim Rafte in Oneida, N.Y., it was a basement workshop, sewing room, a kitchenette, guest [...]

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Levee repairs could offset flood insurance costs

Levee repairs could offset flood insurance costsNews from Sacramento Bee: TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – West Terre Haute residents have seen their share of flooding over the years. They know all too well the “cut-arounds” when the swollen waters of Sugar Creek flood the main roads. And there’s a reason why the land between the Wabash [...]

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West Bank levee board could join state coalition seeking revisions in flood …

West Bank levee board could join state coalition seeking revisions in flood …News from The Times-Picayune: If homeowners walk away from their properties because of skyrocketing flood insurance, the tax base would vanish along with the money necessary to maintain 100 miles of hurricane protection. That is why the West Bank levee board is considering [...]

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Flood Insurance Premium Hikes from New Maps Could Be Delayed Until 2015

Flood Insurance Premium Hikes from New Maps Could Be Delayed Until 2015News from Insurance Journal: Some flood insurance premiums required under a 2012 law now won’t be raised until the fall of 2015 at the earliest. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) said the $ 1 trillion bipartisan funding bill passed by Congress last month [...]

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Leeds Could Be Added To Flood Insurance Map Pending FEMA Study

Leeds Could Be Added To Flood Insurance Map Pending FEMA StudyNews from KCAU: By Staci DaSilva sdasilva@kcautv.com Areas protected by the Floyd River levee haven’t been flooded in decades, even through the summer of 2011 flood. But a new FEMA study could lead to business and homeowners between 6th and 43rd streets in the area [...]

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Flood Insurance Reform Act could promote better climate preparedness

Flood Insurance Reform Act could promote better climate preparednessNews from Climate Science Watch: Photo: Red Cross Federal flood insurance reform legislation enacted this year could aid proactive state and local preparedness for climate change, sea level rise, and flooding. The beleaguered National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) was overhauled in June and the changes should keep [...]

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