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March 27, 2013

400 Rapid City Homeowners To Be Affected by New Flood Plain Maps

Updated flood plain maps more accurately record threatened properties.

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Rapid City Public Works City Engineer Dale Tech reports that updated FEMA maps more accurately record what properties are threatened by flooding and what properties are not.  The Public Works Committee will consider adopting the maps which will have an impact on federal flood insurance costs.  Read the full article in the Rapid City Journal and watch the video at the Public Works Committee March 26, 2013 meeting.  Follow Public Works and flood plain items in the archives.

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