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updated: 7/6/2014 4:42 PM

A break on flood insurance for Lake Co. residents?

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Residents in unincorporated Lake County may be able to save up to 20 percent on their flood insurance policies.

Lake County is recertified each year through the Federal Emergency Management Agency based on floodplain and building code regulations and community information and education. With this rating, there is a potential savings of up to $227 per policy, saving Lake County residents $244,290 annually.

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To find out more about floodplain regulations and to determine if you are located in a floodplain, visit To see if you qualify, contact your flood insurance agent.

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