Flood code revisions to fix FEMA issues move forward
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Flood code revisions to fix FEMA issues move forward

(Feb. 27, 2015) Ocean City government is ready to codify and overhaul its building policy…

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City could cap FEMA building upgrade rule
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City could cap FEMA building upgrade rule

(Dec. 26, 2014) Ocean City government would have an avenue, if it so chose, to…

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They beat FEMA on their own
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They beat FEMA on their own

(Sept. 26, 2014) Not very often do you hear of someone fighting a federal agency…

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City will assist, not fund anyone with FEMA issues
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City will assist, not fund anyone with FEMA issues

(April 25, 2014) Despite being lobbied heavily this week by those feeling both edges of…

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Flood mapping appeal time begins
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Flood mapping appeal time begins

(March 21, 2014) With the appeals period for proposed new federal flood maps formally beginning…

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Builders zoned out by 50 percent value margin
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Builders zoned out by 50 percent value margin

  (Dec. 20, 2013) The city’s Planning and Zoning Commission continued to discuss this week ways…

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Welcome to the X zone – hold on to your insurance
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Welcome to the X zone – hold on to your insurance

City receives favorable re-mapping for flood insurance program
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City receives favorable re-mapping for flood insurance program

(Aug. 16, 2013) In what was called a “major coup” for the resort, new flood…

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Rising tide of federal flood insurance premiums threaten resort
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Rising tide of federal flood insurance premiums threaten resort

(Aug. 2, 2013) With new rate increases set to kick in for October, the resort’s…

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Dare on state panel to study climate change, construction
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Dare on state panel to study climate change, construction

(March 8, 2013) Intended to be a self-explanatory term, the phrase “100-year-floodplain” — a common…

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