FEMA to buyout Ulster County properties damaged by Irene, Lee

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency announces a plan to acquire some properties in Ulster County that have been severely damaged by flood waters from Hurricane Irene and the remnants of Lee. Full Story
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Rochester, NY

#1 Jan 26, 2013
I'm one of the affected Shandaken property owners. My residential property was severely damaged by Hurricane Irene flooding, and, under the Town's FEMA-mandated flood plain zoning, I can't repair it unless I substantially elevate the existing structure and any future construction, which is practically impossible. I still pay taxes and insurance on a property I can't occupy or use, so I'd welcome a buyout.

David

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