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March 24, 2014

Flood-insurance reprieve may be brief

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— David Hurst is a reporter with The Tribune-Democrat. Follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/tddavid-hurst.

High-risk policies by municipality

Those with high-risk flood insurance in the region will see massive rate hikes rolled back – but not for long. These figures detail the number of flood insurance policyholders impacted, followed by the percentage they comprise of total flood insurance policyholders in the community:

Cambria County

Adams Township: 45 (69%)

Barr Township: 1 (25%)

Blacklick Township: 1 (33%)

Cambria Township: 3 (75%)

Clearfield Township: 1 (33%)

Conemaugh Township: 2 (100%)

Croyle Township: 16 (50%)

Dean Township: 1 (25%)

East Carroll Township: 1 (33%)

Ferndale: 2 (81%)

Gallitzin Township: 2 (100%)

Geistown: 5 (42%)

Hastings: 1 (50%)

Jackson Township: 1 (20%)

Johnstown: 471 (68%)

Lilly: 2 (67%)

Lorain: 5 (71%)

Lower Yoder Township: 1 (10%)

Nanty Glo: 12 (92%)

Patton: 14 (56%)

Portage Borough: 9 (45%)

Portage Township: 2 (25%)

Reade Township: 3 (50%)

Scalp Level: 2 (100%)

South Fork: 2 (50%)

Southmont: 3 (50%)

Stonycreek Township: 74 (88%)

Summerhill Borough 4 (57%)

Summerhill Township: 1 (25%)

Susquehanna Township: 1 (33%)

Upper Yoder Township: 9 (56%)

West Carroll Township: 3 (100%)

West Taylor Township: 1 (25%)

White Township: 1 (33%)

Wilmore: 2 (20%)

Somerset County

Addison: 1 (50%)

Allegheny Township: 3 (75%)

Benson: 6 (75%)

Boswell: 2 (67%)

Confluence: 8 (36%)

Central City: 4 (50%)

Conemaugh Township: 83 (81%)

Elk Lick Township: 5 (45%)

Fairhope Township: 1 (50%)

Garrett: 15 (79%)

Greenville Township: 1 (100%)

Hooversville: 2 (75%)

Jefferson Township: 9 (64%)

Jennerstown: 2 (67%)

Jenner Township: 1 (20%)

Larimer Township: 1 (100%)

Lincoln Township: 3 (43%)

Lower Turkeyfoot Twp.: 4 (40%)

Meyersdale: 6 (38%)

Middlecreek Township: 14 (58%)

Milford Township:  1 (50%)

New Baltimore: 4 (80%)

Paint Borough: 6 (75%)

Paint Township: 8 (53%)

Quemahoning Twp.: 12 (57%)

Rockwood: 1 (50%)

Shade Township: 6 (86%)

Shanksville: 3 (100%)

Somerset Borough: 39 (74%)

Somerset Township: 19 (39%)

Southampton Twp.: 4 (44%)

Stonycreek Township: 5 (25%)

Summit Township: 12 (57%)

Upper Turkeyfoot Twp.: 1 (33%)

Ursina: 2 (33%)

Windber: 103 (82%)

 

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