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Flood Insurance Program suspensions published
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has published a final rule at 85 FR 47673 in today's Federal Register identifying 21 communities in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, and one in Randolph County, Illinois, that were scheduled for suspension from the National Flood Insurance Program on August 5, 2020, for noncompliance with the floodplain management requirements of the program.
- PA: Benton, Blakely, Covington, Dalton, Dunmore, Elmhurst, Fell, Glenburn, Greenfield, Jefferson, Jessup, Mayfield, Newton, North Abington, Old Forge, Scott, Scranton, South Abington, Taylor, Throop, and Waverly
- IL: Prairie du Rocher
If any of the communities met the floodplain management requirements prior to August 5, they were not suspended.