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As with other homeowners facing skyrocketing flood insurance costs, Jane Drake was shocked when the flood insurance premium on her South Carolina beach house climbed from less than $1,300 a year to nearly $20,000.
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Carolyn Dunning's home of 20 years was largely spared by the devastating September floods, but officials said her Drake home was a lost cause.
Since they bought their oceanfront home in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J., 12 years ago, Carla and Vincent Vitale have spent almost $100,000 on insurance premiums.
President Barack Obama is expected to sign a bipartisan bill into law relieving flood zone homeowners from big increases in insurance bills.
Here's my experience on what state Rep. Perry Buck did: I called Buck after the flood.
Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. announced that the Middlesex County Utilities Authority will receive more than $3.5 million in federal funding for continued projects as a result of Superstorm Sandy.
"Winging it is not an emergency plan," is the theme of a current FEMA campaign. Sadly, national statistics indicate less than 20% of households are prepared for emergencies.
New flood maps for specific areas of Dallas County will become effective on Monday, July 7, 2014.
New Jersey is scheduled to receive more than $27 million in federal funds to assist in removing Sandy-related debris from the coastline.
Flood recovery and Veterans Affairs were topics of discussion when the Logan County Commissioners met with U.S. Sen. Mark Udall's representative Pamela Schaddock during a work session on Tuesday morning.
Since they bought their oceanfront home in Point Pleasant Beach 12 years ago, Carla and Vincent Vitale have spent almost $100,000 on insurance premiums.
South Carolina Department of Transportation debris removal costs for ice storms Leon and Pax may exceed $160 million, the DOT said Thursday.
The outlook for residents on Barton Beach Road has been bleak since an ice jam Feb. 21 on Wildcat Creek caused flooding that destroyed the foundations of several homes and required emergency personnel to dare treacherous, ice-topped waters to rescue families.
Some Indiana counties may qualify for federal assistance to pay off some expenses from the first winter storm in January.
In this Oct. 15, 2013, file photo, a fence closes off the ruins of an oceanfront home in Mantoloking N.J. that was damaged by Superstorm Sandy.