Flood insurance rates have been rising by as much as 18 percent a year in the Natomas area of Sacramento, the second-most flood-prone area in the United States, after New Orleans. Rep. Doris Matsui says new changes in federal regulations will give Natomas residents a break on their flood insurance.
Flood insurance rates have been rising by as much as 18 percent a year in the Natomas area of Sacramento, the second-most flood-prone area in the United States, after New Orleans. Rep. Doris Matsui says new changes in federal regulations will give Natomas residents a break on their flood insurance. Jose Luis Villegas MCT
Flood insurance rates have been rising by as much as 18 percent a year in the Natomas area of Sacramento, the second-most flood-prone area in the United States, after New Orleans. Rep. Doris Matsui says new changes in federal regulations will give Natomas residents a break on their flood insurance. Jose Luis Villegas MCT

Natomas flood insurance rates to stop going up

February 11, 2016 06:30 PM

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