Ind. city seeks FEMA revision to flood maps

07/8/2013 | WISH-TV (Indianapolis)

Officials and homeowners in Jeffersonville, Ind., are waiting for the Federal Emergency Management Agency to update the city's floodplain maps. The city has pushed to remove more than 400 homeowners from flood zones. People with homes in a floodplain can pay as much as $2,400 annually for flood insurance, insurance agent Brian Wright says.

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