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PRELIMINARY SUMMARY OF MAP ACTIONS
To assist your community in maintaining the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM), we have summarized below the previously issued Letter of Map Change (LOMC) actions (i.e., Letters of Map Revision (LOMRs) and Letters of Map Amendment (LOMAs)) that will be affected by the preparation of the enclosed revised FIRM panel(s).
1. LOMCs Incorporated
The modifications effected by the LOMCs listed below have been reflected on the Preliminary
copies of the revised FIRM panels. In addition, these LOMCs will remain in effect until the revised
FIRM becomes effective.
2. LOMCs Not Incorporated
The modifications effected by the LOMCs listed below have not been reflected on the Preliminary
copies of the revised FIRM panels because of scale limitations or because the LOMC issued had
determined that the lot(s) or structure(s) involved were outside the Special Flood Hazard Area, as
shown on the FIRM. These LOMCs will be revalidated free of charge 1 day after the revised FIRM
becomes effective through a single revalidation letter that reaffirms the validity of the previous
LOT 4, BLOCK 1, CHERRY CREEK ADDITION --732 PARK AVENUE EAST
(70-RS) CREEKSIDE ADDITION, BLOCK 1, LOTS 1R-8R -- 500,501,504,505,508,509,512,& 513 4th
(70-RS) LOT 1, BLOCK 2, ROLLING HILLS ESTATES SUBDIVISION --- 702 MULLIGAN
ROLLING HILLS ESTATES SUBDIVISION, BLOCK 2, LOT 2 -- 706 MULLIGAN AVENUE
LOTS 1-12, BLOCK 1 & LOT 1-12, BLOCK 2, CREEKSIDE SECOND ADDITION -- CREEKSIDE
CHERRY CREEK ADDITION, BLOCK 4, LOT 26 -- 305 9TH STREET SE
PORTION OF SECTION 24, T150N, R99W -- 905 3RD AVENUE SW
DAHL ADDITION & RESURVEY OF BLOCK 2 -- 4TH AVENUE SE & 3RD STREET SE
PRELIMINARY SUMMARY OF MAP ACTIONS
Lot 1, Block 3, Creekside Addition to Watford City
Lot 1, Block 4, Creekside Addition to Watford City
Lot 1, Block 5, Creekside Addition to Watford City
The modifications effected by the LOMCs listed below have not been reflected on the Preliminary copies of the revised FIRM panels because they are being superseded by new detailed flood hazard information or the information available was not sufficient to make a determination. The reason each is being superseded is noted below. These LOMCs will no longer be in effect when the revised FIRM becomes effective.
Will be Superseded
1. Insufficient information available to make a determination. 2. Lowest Adjacent Grade and Lowest Finished Floor are below the proposed Base Flood Elevation. 3. Lowest Ground Elevation is below the proposed Base Flood Elevation. 4. Revised hydrologic and hydraulic analyses. 5. Revised topographic information.
4. LOMCs To Be Redetermined
The LOMCs in Category 2 above will be revalidated through a single revalidation letter that
reaffirms the validity of the determination in the previously issued LOMC. For LOMCs issued for
multiple lots or structures where the determination for one or more of the lots or structures has
changed, the LOMC cannot be revalidated through this administrative process. Therefore, we will
review the data previously submitted for the LOMC requests listed below and issue a new
determination for the affected properties after the effective date of the revised FIRM.
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