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Only a few parts of Lodi area will be included on flood map

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Posted: Wednesday, May 6, 2009 10:00 pm

A small corner of Woodbridge and sections of Thornton will be the only parts of the Lodi area that will be subject to costly mandatory flood control insurance.

In the final maps issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, nearly 50 parcels in Windwood subdivision off Woodbridge Road are affected, because they are subject to a major flood on the average of once every 100 years, according to a San Joaquin County flood zone map.

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  • posted at 1:51 am on Thu, May 7, 2009.

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    Hey, we finally get some reasonable work from our government. While I feel for the people in Windwood and Thornton, this map does make more sense than the first one proposed.It still makes no sense that all of Del Rio is excluded. That is low lying ground where the houses along the river sit, and regardless of what levy they have, if Windwood floods, guess what happens to Del Rio?I am not sure who at the county did the good work for us, but I thank them.

     
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