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Chiefland looking at adopting FEMA flood ordinance

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By Mark Scohier, Staff writer

Commissioners are leaning toward adopting a Federal Emergency Management Agency ordinance that regulates flood zones in the city.

The issue will be brought up later for final approval, but commissioners were in agreement Monday night that the move would be a good idea.

City Manager Kevin Gay said there are two small areas in the city that will be affected, though there are no homes in the areas, which are both agricultural.

The ordinance mostly sets home foundation heights above potential flood levels.


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