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Richardson County FEMA mapping project

(KLZA)--Richardson County is currently going through a FEMA mapping project to update Flood Insurance Rate Maps. The project includes a new study that provides up to date flood hazard information and changes for the community.

A public open house will be held the evening of Tuesday, September 24th from 5 to 7 at Prichard Auditorium in Falls City to speak with floodplain mapping experts from the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources and flood insurance experts from FEMA.

At the open house individuals will be able to learn about specific flood risk and flood insurance information for their own property and ask questions about the flood study and other topics.

The Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps will be displayed at the meeting for the public to view.

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