WELCOME. MAP “TUNE-UP” WORKSHOP September 19-20, 2007. Coastal Zones. Designated by CZM State Agency Applies to: New construction Conversion of land use Major Rehabilitation Acquisition of undeveloped land. COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT ACT.
MAP “TUNE-UP” WORKSHOP
September 19-20, 2007
Is the site in CZM?
The NC Coastal Management Program. Lead agency is the Division of Coastal Management within the NC Department of Environmental and Natural Resources.
Prohibits Federal funding for projects in coastal barriers.
Consult DOI Maps
Federal Agencies to :
(24 CFR Part 55)
Federal Agencies should:
The Firm Commitment cannot be issued prior to the completion of environmental process
& drainage plan
Types of impact:
Serve public notice
Review alternatives: accept project as submitted, accept with modifications as dictated by HUD, or reject.
Consider mitigation of impacts
Serve 2nd public notice with decision to proceed
Approval of firm commitmentHUD’s 8-step Decision-Making Process for Floodplains and Wetlands
If any part of the site or integral offsite development is located within the 100-year floodplain according to the applicable FEMA map, this should be discussed with HUD at the pre-application stage
New construction in mapped 100-year floodplains is strongly discouraged
Proposed rehabilitation, refinancing, or new construction for facilities housing or serving mobility-impaired individuals in mapped 500-year floodplains is strongly discouragedResolve Issues at Pre-application Stage
Any existing building accepted for mortgage insurance which is located within a FEMA mapped floodplain is required to carry floor insurance:
In the amount of the loan
For the term of the loan
Subject to available maximum coverage
ALL leases must contain Acknowledgements signed by tenants indicating that they have been advised that:
The property is in the floodplain, and
Flood insurance is available for their personal propertyResolve Issues at Pre-application Stage
Purchase of Flood Insurance is mandatory for properties assisted with HUD funds & located in the Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) 100 year flood plain
Required Federal Agencies to develop regulations to avoid :
Requires Federal Agencies to avoid assistance for New Construction in Wetland Unless:
8-step process completed: