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Falls City Council approves flood plain map and hears street propsal

(KLZA)--The Falls City Council approved waiving the three-reading rule and adopted the Flood Plain Map when they met Monday evening. 

Approval of the Flood Plain Map is required for Falls City to be able to participate in the National Flood Insurance Program by FEMA.  

The Council heard an update on the One and Six Year Street Plan prepared by Olsson Engineers who serve as the Street Superintendent in Falls City.
There are no changes on the One-Year Plan which includes six projects with an estimated cost of $922-thousand.  

The agenda did not include a required public hearing on the One and Six Year Street Plan proposal so action to approved the plan was tabled.  

The Council did approved closing Lane Street to vehicle traffic from 19th to 25th Street on October 31 for trick or treaters.

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