Dover plans to use grant to help property owners reduce flood insurance costs
The grant, awarded by the Northeast Regional Ocean Council’s (NROC) New England Coastal Community Resilience Initiative, will help the city distribute information — via pamphlets that will be available online in early 2014 — about floodplain management and Dover’s involvement in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), according to a news release by the city’s Planning and Community Development Department.
“Only a handful of New Hampshire communities have been accepted for participation in the CRS and we look forward to being included among them,” Corwin said.
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