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Where the USA indicates that any of these objectives will be exceeded then the Council is required to produce a second report called the 'Detailed Assessment'.
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Local officials, FEMA representatives and insurance professionals will be available to answer questions about the proposed updates and how to navigate the flood zone appeal process.
(There are opportunities to make appeals and/or provide comments to FEMA.
Many pockets previously designated as areas of minimal flood hazard are now identified as being at high risk, especially near tributaries and bodies of water leading into the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve.
Doug Wiles, president of Herbie Wiles Insurance, has said just because a designation has changed doesn’t necessarily mean the risk went away with it.
Jim Schock, floodplain manager and plans examiner for the county, said in an email on Tuesday it was his understanding that “the long range modeling will not be impacted by this single event.” A regional spokeswoman for FEMA told The Record on Thursday it’s an “expensive proposition” to update the maps and that the agency incorporates what it can into the updates.
Local and federal officials have said some factors taken into consideration are new topography data and modeling systems, environmental changes, watershed conditions, construction practices, building use data and historical data such as storms of record that had occurred from about 1944 to the present.
He said 30 percent or more of claims come from structures outside special flood hazard zones.
“The entire county is in a flood hazard zone of one form or another,” he said.
The next step is a 90-day window, called the compliance period, where people and communities can file appeals and protests.
FEMA must resolve the issues before moving forward.
According to FEMA, special flood hazard areas are those subject to inundation by the 1 percent chance flood, also referred to as the base flood or 100-year flood, which has a 1 percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year.