Panama City Florida receiving $50K flood insurance bills.READ HERE.http://ww…

Panama City Florida receiving $50K flood insurance bills.READ HERE.

http://www.newsherald.com/news/government/flood-map-sends-insurance-sky-high-1.415877?page=0


Flood map sends insurance sky high
www.newsherald.com
PANAMA CITY — Sal Albano said his family is among those in the Martinique subdivision who are struggling to make ends meet as a result of high insurance rates resulting from their community being in a coastal flood map for St. Andrews State Park.
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WATCH VIDEO; Thousands added to flood zone in Fargo, NDhttp://www.valleynewsli…

WATCH VIDEO; Thousands added to flood zone in Fargo, ND

http://www.valleynewslive.com/home/headlines/Flood-insurance-countdown-for-homeowners-in-floodplain-286315681.html


Flood insurance countdown for homeowners in floodplain

With fewer than 30 days until the FEMA floodplain map goes into effect, learned what that means for you as a homeowner when it comes to flood insurance.
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced a new program to help victims…

The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced a new program to help victims of Hurricane Sandy and other participants in the National Flood Insurance Program.

An interim office will begin operating Dec. 22 until the agency can fulfill its congressional mandate to set up a permanent Office of the Flood Insurance Advocate. The independent office will report directly to top FEMA officials.


FEMA to set up office to help Hurricane Sandy flood victims
www.nj.com
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is setting up an interim office to help flood insurance policyholders while waiting to fund a permanent department.
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FEMA has interpreted the HFIAA to allow for the total amount charged to the poli…

FEMA has interpreted the HFIAA to allow for the total amount charged to the policyholder to increase an average of 19.8 percent for all 5.5 million FEMA policies and an increase of 37% for hundreds of thousands of certain policies.

http://insurancenewsnet.com/oarticle/2014/12/16/fema-announces-higher-than-expected-rate-increases--a-579096.html#.VJGNFCvF_Zc


FEMA Announces Higher Than Expected Rate Increases
insurancenewsnet.com
Sub-Saharan Africa has emerged as a promising global market, with improving economic conditions and a rising consumer class leading to increased foreign investment. GDP in the region will grow at about 5 percent each year for the next 10 years, roughly double
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SUBJECT:Flood Insurance and Rebuilding after SandyWE ARE GETTING THINGS DONE…

SUBJECT:Flood Insurance and Rebuilding after Sandy

WE ARE GETTING THINGS DONE.

In the past two years we have accomplished two major issues;

Lowering our Zones and Designations by 80% in New York and New Jersey.
http://www.njtvonline.org/njtoday/video/stop-fema-now-founder-says-new-flood-maps-is-a-good-start/#

and

Holding a national Rally to raise awareness to the Flood Insurance Issue;
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/homeowners-protest-new-flood-insurance-rate-hikes/
Which TEMPORARILY held back the exorbitant rise of flood insurance premiums,
HR 3370 was passed (Grimm-Waters Bill).

Make no mistake we have a long way to go to rebuild after Sandy AND to keep flood insurance affordable PERMANENTLY.

The only way to pass legislation to help our cause is to grow in numbers.There are 22,000 flood zone communities totaling 5.5 current flood policy holders.All the new flood maps have higher elevations which means there are countless millions who are being ADDED into the flood plain and don't even know it yet.

We need to reach out to everyone in a flood zone and gather them into one large group.

We need your help.Please donate today.

Click here---->www.StopFemaNow.com/Donate

Or Mail Check payable to;
StopFemaNow
1358 Hooper Ave, Suite 111
Toms River, NJ 08753
(we are a non-profit organization)

It will help save all of our homes.

We look forward to working on Rebuilding our Homes after Sandy and Keeping Flood Insurance Affordable.

Thank you
George Kasimos and the StopFemaNow team.


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