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FEMA sets Moorhead insurance meeting

The Federal Emergency Management Agency will host a one-time open house on Wednesday about flood risk information for Clay County residents who live along or near the Red River.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency will host a one-time open house on Wednesday about flood risk information for Clay County residents who live along or near the Red River.

The event is being held to allow residents to determine how their property may be affected by revisions to the flood insurance rate maps that will be effective in 2010.

The open house is from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Courtyard by Marriot in Moorhead. Residents can talk to FEMA and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources representatives, and city staff.

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