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Wright County Supervisors approve Multi-Jurisdictional Hazardous Mitigation Plan.
Posted: Jan 08 2013 by ppowers

Without any objection the Wright County Board of Supervisors on Monday morning approved a Multi-Jurisdictional Hazardous Mitigation Plan. The plan is to address Wright County and all cities in times of manmade and natural disasters. Work on the plan has been in the planning stages for the last year and a half by the supervisors. This plan is mandatory through the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The city and town councils in Wright County will take action on the  plan in the coming weeks.

The Wright County Supervisors also adopted the Land Use Plan on Monday. Supervisor members along with members of the county planning and zoning commission and residents on future uses of commercial and industrial land. The plan also addressed keeping Wright County's ag base land in tact.

At their meeting next Monday, the Wright County Supervisors will be proposing a flood plain ordinance in cooperation with the National Flood Insurance Program.The ordinance would require Wright County residents who live in a flood plain to purchase flood insurance. In addition the ordinance will discourage building in the flood plain areas of Wright County.

Without any objection the Wright County Board of Supervisors on Monday morning approved a Multi-Jurisdictional Hazardous Mitigation Plan. The plan is to address Wright County and all cities in times of manmade and natural disasters. Work on the plan has been in the planning stages for the last year and a half by the supervisors. This plan is mandatory through the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The city and town councils in Wright County will take action on the  plan in the coming weeks.

The Wright County Supervisors also adopted the Land Use Plan on Monday. Supervisor members along with members of the county planning and zoning commission and residents on future uses of commercial and industrial land. The plan also addressed keeping Wright County's ag base land in tact.

At their meeting next Monday, the Wright County Supervisors will be proposing a flood plain ordinance in cooperation with the National Flood Insurance Program.The ordinance would require Wright County residents who live in a flood plain to purchase flood insurance. In addition the ordinance will discourage building in the flood plain areas of Wright County.

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