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Flood insurance reform needed, but not like this

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Flood insurance reform needed, but not like this Last summer, Congress enacted changes to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) that will result in dramatically higher flood insurance costs for many policyholders. To account for the true costs of flood insurance, the bill phases in premiums that reflect the full flood risk of each insured building. Congress clearly wants to restore the fiscal soundness of the NFIP (which owed the U.S. Treasury $17 billion prior ...


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gina99
February 5, 2013
8:18 a.m.

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The County's implosion is so complete that McDonald's can't stay open in either Scotia nor Rotterdam Square Mall. Any business that can afford pay these idiotic County/village taxes is now welcome here. Bernard Witkowski prefers vacant commercial space so he can pay even more.

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