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Madeira Beach has meeting tonight about flood damage

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published March 7, 2001


MADEIRA BEACH -- The city will host a meeting at 7 tonight regarding the Flood Mitigation Assistance Program at City Hall, 300 Municipal Drive. Staffers from Pinellas County and the city will be available to answer questions.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency program provides about $2.69-million annually for projects that reduce or eliminate the long-term risks of flood damage to buildings, homes and other structures insured under the National Flood Insurance Program.

Homeowners and business owners can apply for such funding through their cities.

Questions about the meeting can be directed to city Administrative Service Director Elaine Trehy or Mike Reynolds, the city's community development director, at 391-9951.

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