CENTRAL — A $35,000 flood plain study the city conducted of the Beaver Bayou area could save owners of about 2,000 homes more than $2 million …
City Of Central Study Finds Fault With FEMA Flood Plain Data, Has A Plan To Save Residents $2,000,000
Per The Advocate Newspaper, “A $35,000 flood plain study the city conducted of the Beaver Bayou area could save owners of about 2,000 homes more than $2 million a year in flood insurance premiums.” “This is something that will not only affect me and my family but it will greatly affect growth in Central for years” The image above is from The Advocate. Click “theadvocate.com” above to read the entire article.
Baton Rouge Appraiser Comment:
With the New Biggert-Waters FEMA Flood Insurance Rates massive increases from $500 to $1500 to $3,000 to $4,000 per year, any relief from Flooding and correcting FEMA Flood Maps would only help City of Central prosper and expand.
See on theadvocate.com