New FEMA flood maps put Plano's St. A...

New FEMA flood maps put Plano's St. Andrew UMC between a creek and a hard place

There are 1 comment on the Pegasus News story from Nov 29, 2012, titled New FEMA flood maps put Plano's St. Andrew UMC between a creek and a hard place. In it, Pegasus News reports that:

One of the largest churches in Collin County, St. Andrew won't be able to get flood insurance from anyone other than FEMA when the new floodplain goes into effect.

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Lewisville, TX

#1 Dec 3, 2012
Looks like FEMA needs additional revenues. Can anyone remember, in recent times, a flood in that area?

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