Lake Of The Ozarks Flood Maps Possibly Contain Errors

Dated: 05/18/2018

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"Federal Emergency Management officials are scratching their heads and working with state and Lake area officials over what appears to be possible mapping errors that may be throwing some lakefront properties into the wrong flood risk designation, making it appear the properties are required to have high-hazard flood insurance when that may not be the case." See why below.Image title


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