Last year, 370 Maine property owners appealed to the Federal Emergency- John C.L. Morgan
Management Agency to remove their homes or businesses from flood plain status,
according to the Maine State Planning Office. Most of them had to hire surveyors
at an average cost of $750 to prove they didn't need to pay for costly flood
insurance policies required to obtain a mortgage.
Monday, January 16, 2012
Westbrook Residents Among Mainers Paying for FEMA's Errors