Officials say magistrates’ flood plain ordinance doesn’t meet standards.
By Calen McKinney
Sunday, May 15, 2011 at 11:00 am (Updated: May 15, 11:00 am)
Magistrates have given their approval to a FEMA ordinance after the one they created wasn't good enough.
Initial approval was given to the FEMA-written flood plain ordinance that contains National Flood Insurance Program standards in March, though magistrates said they had some concerns about it.
The next month, magistrates decided to create their own ordinance that contains those same minimum guidelines and gave it the required second reading for it to become legal.
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