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WATCH VIDEO: Flood Premium Rises from $592 to $9,069

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WATCH VIDEO; Mr. Waltman’s purchased his home in 2012. 
The Flood Insurance premium was $592.

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By 2017 his premium rose to $9,069.

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If Mr. Waltman new his “Actuarial Rate” was $9,069 we are sure he would not have purchased this home.

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We urge every homeowner to find out what their “Actuarial Rate” is on their home.

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The “Actuarial Rate” is the premium your home will be charged once the government subsidies are phased out.

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Feel free to view check out www.TrueFloodRate.com to find our your actuarial rate.

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Ocean County, NJ Freeholders Resolution to Congress – We need “Affordable Flood Insurance Rates”

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The Freeholders surprise me with a Resolution asking Congress for “affordable rates”!  

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This is now our 10th Resolution!  (see pic below) 

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This is how good proactive government works.

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I will sure let all 53,000 Flood Policyholders know that our Freeholders are working hard to “Keep Flood Insurance Affordable”. 

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A humble Thank you to Freeholders ; Director Virginia Haines , Dep. Director John P. Kelly, Freeholders Joseph Vicari, Gerry P. Little and Gary Quinn 

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View all resolutions here http://www.stopfemanow.com/town-resolutions-to-stop-flood-insurance-increases/

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“18% – 25% Flood Insurance Annual Increases Unsustainable” – Monroe County Commission, Florida

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The Monroe County Commissioners have expressed serious concern about the current house legislation that will increase Flood Premiums to unsustainable levels.

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Furthermore, the commissioners discuss how Risk Rating 2.0 will “dramatically” change the way FEMA prices NFIP Policies.

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Read their full resolution by clicking below.

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StopFemaNow and all our Coalition Members want to thank County Commissioners Mayor Murphy, Mayor Pro Tem Kolhage, Coldiron, Carruthers and Rice for fighting to Keep Flood Insurance Affordable for not just the good folks in Monroe County, but for the 5 million flood policyholders across these United States.

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Please call or email your mayor, send them this resolution, and ask them also pass a similar resolution. Then sent it to us, we will share!

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We now have 9 Resolutions from Mayors, Cities and Counties. We are in discussion with elected officials across the country to provide us with similar resolutions.

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Click here to view the current Resolutions http://www.stopfemanow.com/town-resolutions-to-stop-flood-insurance-increases/

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Roundtable with Senator Bob Menendez discussing Flood Insurance Reform

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The following elected officials and advocates met and discussed Flood Insurance Issues and Pending Legislation with Senator Menendez;

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Wildwood, New Jersey Mayor Ernie Troiano
West Wildwood, New Jersey Mayor Christopher Fox 
West Wildwood, CFO, Elaine Crowley 
North Wildwood, New JerseyMayor Patrick Rosenello
West Cape May, New Jersey Mayor Carol Susan
Cape May County Freeholder Marie Hayes
Cape May Mayor Clarence Lear
Cape May Deputy Mayor Patricia Gray-Hendricks
Cape May Point, New Jersey Dep. Mayor Anita VanHeeswyck
Vicki Clark; President, Cape May County Chamber Commerce
Cape May Tax Assessor Louis Belasco
Lower Township Dir. of Planning William Galestok
Cape May County Planning Dept. Leslie Gimeno
New Jersey Organizing Project, @Jodi Stewart / Alison Arne
George Kasimos; Founder, Stop FEMA now


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Flood Insurance Meeting in Ocean City, NJ – Saturday, August 24th at 4 pm

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If you have FEMA questions, we have answers.

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The focus will be on the upcoming Legislation and Flood Insurance Premium Increases, which currently are set up to 25% compounded annually until the home reaches it’s actuarial rate.

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We will also be discussing the phase out of subsidies and what you can do to slow or stop the increases.

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Any and all FEMA / NFIP / Flood Questions will be answered.

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There will be a quick intro and will primarily be a Q & A session.

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All are invited, bring a friend. Ends promptly at 4:55 pm.

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