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Hmm, I don't think I received that letter....
Do you own rental property, or maybe they just assume that since Warfleigh was once an area of "vacation" properties that we all have another primary residence! :)
I understand that!
I got a letter asking me to send in proof of primary residency (such as drivers license, utility bill) so as not to fall into the 25%.
Yeah, we received that letter about 6 weeks back.
If somebody could post this letter, it would be appreciated. I don't think I ever received one and want to ensure I send in proof of primary residency. Thanks for the heads up. -Will
Good point about the rentals Griff. It will be interesting to see what happens.
I have tried to attach scans of the FEMA letter.
There was an informative article in the Aug/Sept Indy Midtown Magazine on page 16 entitled, "Flood protection update". Here is the paragraph I found most hopeful, "the City is in discussions with FEMA to request that many Broad Ripple properties receive partial or complete relief from flood insurance and floodplain building restrictions because of the existing levee from Broad Ripple to the Riviera Club. Without any further extension of the flood barrier beyond its current termination at the Riviera Club, the Broad Ripple flood elevation has already been reduced by 7 feet. Because practically, if not legally, such property is already above the design flood levels, this would seem to be an appropriate request."