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File #: 18-4765    Version: 1 Name: Grant Application – FEMA Letter of Map Change –LUESA
Type: Consent Status: Consent
File created: 6/4/2018 In control: LUESA
On agenda: 6/19/2018 Final action:
Title: : Grant Application - FEMA Letter of Map Change - LUESA
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Title:

Grant Application - FEMA Letter of Map Change - LUESA

 

Summary

ACTION:

1) Approve submittal of an application for up to $20,000 in grant funding from Department of Homeland Security - Federal Emergency Management Agency

 

2) If awarded, recognize, receive and appropriate grant funds, to be available for the duration of the grant period;  and

 

3) Authorize the County Manager to execute a contract to implement the grant scope of work as specified in Mapping Activity Statement

 

Staff Contact:                      Tim Trautman, LUESA - Storm Water Services

 

 

Presentation:                      No                                          

 

 

BACKGROUND/JUSTIFICATION:

On July 1, 2006 Charlotte-Mecklenburg became the first local entity in the country to be given the authority to process Letters of Map Change (LOMCs) as part of a FEMA pilot program.  These LOMCs make conditional and permanent changes to our Flood Insurance Rate Maps, which are used for floodplain management activities such as rating flood insurance, regulating development, assessing existing flood risk, etc.

 

The requested actions are necessary to continue the program and associated funding into the thirteenth year, so that Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services will be reimbursed by FEMA for the actual cost of processing LOMCs within Mecklenburg County, the City of Charlotte and all six towns.  The grant application window opened June 1, 2018, it closes July 2, 2018.  Grant Review Committee approval is in process. No county match is required for these funds.

 

PROCUREMENT BACKGROUND:

N/A

 

POLICY IMPACT:

N/A

 

FISCAL IMPACT:

Increase of up to $20,000 in non-county revenue and associated expenses in the Storm Water Grant Fund (G705)