How To See If Your Property Is Within FEMA's New Proposed Flood Zones
Mike Blanchard kayaks around his Alachua County home following Hurricane Irma in September 2017. Mike Blanchard lives in western Alachua County and remembers the flooding after Hurricane Irma at his property near SW 8th Ave. and SW 91st St. "It's two and a half acres," he said, and in the hours after the storm, he could kayak around his property.
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