North Carolina State Review of Requests for CLOMRs and LOMRs

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For the past six years North Carolina has been at the forefront of an ongoing effort to expand the involvement of state, regional, and local government agencies in managing the nation's floodplain maps. In the year 2000, the State of North Carolina signed a Cooperating Technical Partnership (CTP) agreement with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), through which North Carolina became the first Cooperating Technical State (CTS) in the country. Under that agreement, the State initiated its program to create updated digital Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) panels for the entire State.
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