Most Woodbridge residents may not be required to purchase flood-control insurance after all. But it's not a done deal.
San Joaquin County submitted revised elevation maps to the Federal Emergency Management Agency Monday that county officials hope will remove most of Woodbridge from being designated as a high-risk flood area. The maps submitted by the county's Public Works Department are intended to show that most of Woodbridge isn't as likely to flood during a 100-year storm as FEMA officials thought.
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