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FEMA To Release New Advisory Base Flow Elevations Maps

This week and next the Federal Emergency Management Agency ("FEMA") is going release Advisory Base Flow Elevations on maps which will determine the required elevation of structures in connection with the Federal Flood Insurance Program and will also be used by NJDEP in certain areas.  Some of these new maps will be released this week and some will be released next week.  These could impact the ability to rebuild after Sandy.

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Michael J. Gross, Giordano Law Firm, Environmental Attorney
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Mr. Gross, chair of the Environmental Law Practice Area, handles all aspects of New Jersey and federal environmental law, including permitting and litigation, CAFRA, sewage disposal and water supply, wetlands, riparian (tidelands) law, solid waste, flood hazard areas, siting of energy and other industrial facilities, site remediation, Pinelands, Highlands, cultural resources, stormwater, wastewater planning, water and air pollution. Mr. Gross also appears before planning and zoning boards and has handled complex construction litigation matters.

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