It could go into effect next month –
New Orleans Times-Picayune – FEMA’s high-risk premium guidelines described as disheartening by Cedric Richmond
[snip] . . . Here’s some of what FEMA said in its brief report for homeowners in high- risk areas.
- For people in homes four feet below the agency’s base-flood elevation, premiums would be $9,500 a year.
- For individuals with homes at FEMA’s base-elevation levels, the rates would be $1,410 a year.
- Those with homes three feet above base-flood elevation would pay only $427 a year.
Outspoken retired General Honorè would like to share this with everyone; the EPA manual on how to improve oversight on state issues.
DNR has today’s inspection report.
We don’t know what’s going on with the helicorders at Lake FUBAR. There are so MANY far away, large earthquakes they could be upsetting the frail flowers down those boreholes in Bayou Corne. Or everything could be rattling apart. This is LA14 –
2.8 quake in Dennard, Arkansas < MAP . . . it is near a nuke plant