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CONTACT INFORMATION
Address:
Mineral County Planning Commission
Mineral County Courthouse
150 Armstrong Street
Keyser, WV 26726
Phone: 304-788-1457
Fax: 304-788-0768
Email: Planning Commission
Scott Clay, Planning Director and Debbie Ravenscroft, Secretary


For Review: Proposed Mineral County Floodplain Ordinance for 2013
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NOTICE:     COMMENT REQUESTED ON PRELIMINARY DFIRM AND FIS REPORT

December 1, 2010

Mineral County Commission received the Preliminary copies of FEMA’s Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps (DFIRM) and the Flood Insurance Study (FIS) report for a 30-day review and comment period.  A copy of the County maps and study are available to review at the Mineral County Planning Office, 150 Armstrong Street, Keyser, WV.  The Planning Office is located on the third floor of the Courthouse.  A copy will also be made available for review at the Fort Ashby Public Library, IGA Plaza, Fort  Ashby, WV.  Maps for the City of Keyser are available at the Keyser City Office, Davis Street, Keyser, and at the Keyser Mineral County Public Library, 105 N. Main Street, Keyser, WV. The Mayors of the Towns of Carpendale, Elk Garden, Piedmont, and Ridgeley have also received maps covering their jurisdictions. The review period provides an opportunity to identify changes or corrections to non-technical information, such as corporate limits, road names, bridges, and stream names on the DFIRM and FIS report.  The comment period will close December 30, 2010.    

Comments may be sent to Scott Clay, Mineral County Planner, 150 Armstrong Street, Keyser, WV, 26726.  The Planner may be reached at (304) 788-1457 or email .  Comments directed to the Planning Office will be forwarded to FEMA’s consultant, AMEC Earth & Environmental.  Comments may be sent directly to Jason Sevanick, AMEC Earth & Environmental, 14428 Albemarle Point Place, Suite 150, Chantilly, Virginia, 20151.  If you prefer to call or email, Jason Sevanick may be reached at (571) 423-9400 or .

The preparation of finalized DFIRM and FIS will begin after the close of the comment period and are expected to become effective 7 to 10 months after that date.