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LOMA & LOMRPage 1 of 4 Date: October 14, 2008 Case No.: 08-06-2486A LOMA Federal Emergency Management Agency �P�gNO 52�J$C Washington, D.C, 20472 LETTER OF MAP AMENDMENT DETERMINATION DOCUMENT REMOVAL COMMUNITY AND MAP PANEL INFORMATION LEGAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION CITY OF COLLEGE STATION; Lots 1 through 13, Block Three and Lots 4 through 8, Block Four, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS Horse Haven Estates, Phase Three, as shown on the Plat recorded In Volume 7901; Page 165, and a portion of the Morgan Rector COMMUNITY League, Abstract No. 46, as described in the Deeds recorded in Volume 6413, Pages 107 through 116, and Volume 2558, Pages 133 COMMUNITY NO.: 480083 through 137, in the Office of the County Clerk, Brazos County, Texas The portion of property, Is more particularly described by the following AFFECTED NUMBER: 48041CO163D MAP PANEL metes and bounds: DATE: 2I912000 FLOODING SOURCE: WOLF PEN CREEK APPROXIMATE LATITUDE & LONGITUDE OF PROPERTY: 30.624,-96.292 SOURCE OF LAT & LONG: PRECISION MAPPING STREETS 7.0 DATUM: NAD 83 DETERMINATION OUTCOME 1%ANNUAL LOWEST LOWEST LOT BLOCK/ SECTION SUBDIVISION STREET WHAT IS REMOVED FROM FLOOD CHANCE FLOOD ADJACENT GRADE LOT ELEVATION THE SFHA ZONE ELEVATION ELEVATION (NGVD 29) NGVD 29) (NGVD 29 - "" -- Portion of X 249.0 feet -- 251,5 feet Property (unshaded) (0.11 acre) Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) - The SFHA Is an area that would be inundated by the Flood having a 1-percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given Year (base flood). ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS Please refer to the appropriate section on Attachment 1 for the additional considerations listed below. LEGAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION PORTIONS REMAIN IN THE FLOODWAY STUDY UNDERWAY This document provides the Federal Emergency Management Agency's determination regarding a request for a Lefler of Map Amendment for the property described above. Using the Information submitted and the effective National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) map, we have determined that the described porllon(s) of the property(les) Is/are located not In the SFHA, an area Inundated by the good having a i-percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year (base good). This document amends the effective NFIP map to remove the subject properly from the SFHA located on the effective NFIP map: therefore, the Federal mandatory flood Insurance requirement does not apply. However, the lender has the option to continue the good Insurance requirement to protect its financial risk on the loan. A Preferred Risk Policy (PRP) is available for buildings located outside the SFHA. Information about the PRP and how one can apply Is enclosed. This determination Is based on the flood data presently available. The enclosed documents provide additional Information regarding this determination. If you have any questions about this document, please contact the FEMA Map Assistance Center toll free at (877) 330-2627 (877-FEMA MAP) or by letter addressed to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 3601 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 130, Alexandria, VA 22304-6439, William R. Blanton Jr., CFM, Chief Engineering Management Branch Mitigation Directorate Page 2 of 4 Date: October 14, 2008 Case No.: 08-06-2466A LCMA ° Federal Emergency Management Agency x °Fr4Na 8i°°�� Washington, D.C. 20472 LETTER OF MAP AMENDMENT DETERMINATION DOCUMENT (REMOVAL) ATTACHMENT 1 ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS LEGAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION (CONTINUED) 0.11 acre tract: COMMENCING at the northernmost corner of Lot 13; thence S12030'41"E, 39.37 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence N85°32'18"E, 26.63 feet; thence S12050'23"E, 81.72 feet; thence S79021'38"E, 36.41 feet; thence S24012'43"W, 37.93 feet; thence S46009'58"W, 44.05 feet; thence N12030141"W, 153.07 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING PORTIONS OF THE PROPERTY REMAIN IN THE FLOODWAY (This Additional Consideration applies to the preceding 1 Property.) A portion of this property is located within the Special Flood Hazard Area and the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) regulatory floodway for the flooding source Indicated on the Determination/Comment Document while the subject of this determination is not. The NFIP regulatory floodway is the area that must remain unobstructed in order to prevent unacceptable Increases in base flood elevations. Therefore, no construction may take place in an NFIP regulatory floodway that may cause an Increase in the base flood elevation, and any future construction or substantial improvement on the property remains subject to Federal, State/Commonwealth, and local regulations for fioodplain management. The NFIP regulatory floodway is provided to the community as a tool to regulate floodplain development, Modifications to the NFIP regulatory floodway must be accepted by both the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the community Involved. Appropriate community actions are defined in Paragraph 60.3(d) of the NFIP regulations. Any proposed revision to the NFIP regulatory floodway must be submitted to FEMA by community officials. The community should contact either the Regional Director (for those communities in Regions I -IV, and VI-X), or the Regional Engineer (for those communities in Region V) for guidance on the data which must be submitted for a revision to the NFIP regulatory floodway. Contact Information for each regional office can be obtained by calling the FEMA Map Assistance Center toll free at (877) 336-2627 (877-FEMA MAP) or from our web site at http://www.fema.gov/about/regoff.htm. STUDY UNDERWAY (This Additional Consideration applies to all properties in the LOMA DETERMINATION DOCUMENT (REMOVAL)) This determination is based on the flood data presently available. However, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is currently revising the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) map for the community. New flood data could be generated that may affect this property. When the new NFIP map is Issued it will supersede this determination. The Federal requirement for the purchase of flood insurance will then be based on the newly revised NFIP map. This attachment provides additional information regarding this request. If you have any questions about this attachment, please contact the FEMA Map Assistance Center toll free at (877) 336-2627 (877-FEMA MAP) or by letter addressed to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 3601 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 130, Alexandria, VA 22304-6774.•399./. /? William R. Blanton Jr., CFM, Chief Engineering Management Branch Mitigation Directorate Page 3 of 4 Date: October 14. 2008 Case No.: 08.06-2486A F LOMA ° Federal Emergency Management Agency PGx°sec°`� Washington, D.C. 20472 LETTER OF MAP AMENDMENT DETERMINATION DOCUMENT REMOVAL COMMUNITY AND MAP PANEL INFORMATION LEGAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, Lots 1 through 13, Block Three and Lots 4 through 8, Block Four, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS Horse Haven Estates, Phase Three, as shown on the Plat recorded In Volume 7901, Page 165, and a portion of the Morgan Rector COMMUNITY League, Abstract No. 46, as described in the Deeds recorded in Volume 6413, Pages 107 through 116, and Volume 2558, Pages 133 COMMUNITY NO.: 480083 through 137, In the Office of the County Clerk, Brazos County, Texas The portion of property is more particularly described by the following AFFECTED NUMBER; 480a1c0183D MAP PANEL metes and bounds: DATE: 210/2000 FLOODING SOURCE: WOLF PEN CREEK APPROXIMATE LATITUDE & LONGITUDE OF PROPERTY: 30.624, .96.292 SOURCE OF LAT & LONG: PRECISION MAPPING STREETS 7.0 DATUM: NAD 83 DETERMINATION OUTCOME 1%ANNUAL LOWEST [OW EST LOT SUBDIVISION STREET WHAT IS REMOVED FROM FLOOD CHANCE FLOOD ADJACENT GRADE LOT ELEVATION SECTION THESFHA ZONE ELEVATION ELEVATION (NGVD 29) NGVD 29) (NGVD 29 1-13 3 Horse Haven -- Property X 250.2 feet -• 251.6 feet Estates Phase (unshaded) Three Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) - The SFHA Is an area that would be inundated by the flood having a 1-percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given Year (base Flood). ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS Please refer to the a ro rlete section on Attachment 1 for the additional considerations listed below, LEGAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION DETERMINATION TABLE (CONTINUED) STUDY UNDERWAY This document provides the Federal Emergency Management Agency's determination regarding a request for a Letter of Map Amendment for the property described above. Using the Information submitted and the effective National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) map, we have determined that the property(les) is/are not located in the SFHA, an area Inundated by the flood having a 1-percent chance of being equaled or exceeded In any given year (base good), This document amends the effective NFIP map to remove the subject property from the SFHA located on the effective NFIP map; therefore, the Federal mandatory flood Insurance requirement does not apply. However, the lender has the option to continue the good Insurance requirement to protect Its financial *risk on the loan. A Preferred Risk Policy (PRP) Is available for buildings located outside the SFHA. Information about the PRP and how one can apply Is enclosed. This determination Is based on the flood data presently available. The enclosed documents provide additional Information regarding this determination. If you have any questions about this document, please contact the FEMA Map Assistance Center toll free at (877) 336-2627 (877-FEMA MAP) or by letter addressed to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 3601 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 130, Alexandria, VA 22304-6439. William R. Blanton Jr., CFM, Chief Engineering Management Branch Mitigation Directorate Page 4 of 4 Date: October 14, 2008 Case No.: OS-06-2488A LOMA Federal Emergency Management Agency x o�°�xo secOa� Washington, D.C. 20472 LETTER OF MAP AMENDMENT DETERMINATION DOCUMENT (REMOVAL) ATTACHMENT 1 ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS) LEGAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION (CONTINUED) 0.11 acre tract: COMMENCING at the northernmost corner of Lot 13; thence S12030'41"E, 39.37 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence N85032'18"E, 26.63 feet; thence S12050'23"E, 81.72 feet; thence S79021'38"E, 36.41 feet; thence S24012'43"W, 37.93 feet; thence 846009'58"W, 44.05 feet; thence N12030'41"W, 153.07 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING DETERMINATION TABLE CONTINUED OUTCOME 1%ANNUAL LOWEST LOWEST LOT BLOCK/ SUBDIVISION STREET WHAT IS REMOVED FROM FLOOD CHANCE FLOOD ADJACENT GRADE LOT ELEVATION SECTION THE SFHA ZONE ELEVATION ELEVATION (NGVD 29) NGVD 29 NGVD 29 4-8 4 Horse Haven •- Properly X 249.8 feet -- 264.0 feel Estates Phase (unshaded) Three STUDY UNDERWAY (This Additional Consideration applies to all properties in the LOMA DETERMINATION DOCUMENT (REMOVAL)) This determination is based on the flood data presently available. However, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is currently revising the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) map for the community. New flood data could be generated that may affect this property. When the new NFIP map is issued it will supersede this determination. The Federal requirement for the purchase of flood insurance will then be based on the newly revised NFIP map. This attachment provides additional information regarding this request. If you have any questions about this attachment, please contact the FEMA Map Assistance Center toll free at (877) 336-2627 (877-FEMA MAP) or by letter addressed to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 3601 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 130, Alexandria, VA 22304.6439.�,� &1..C!.ce.:. /(7 William R. Blanton Jr., CFM, Chief Engineering Management Branch Mitigation Directorate Page 1 of 3 Date: October 28, 2008 Case No.: 09-06-0200A LOMR-FW y= Federal Emergency Management Agency 0e{,4A4T,yE o�EGao Sf�J` Washington, D.C. 20472 LETTER OF MAP REVISION FLOODWAY DETERMINATION DOCUMENT REMOVAL COMMUNITY AND MAP PANEL INFORMATION LEGAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, A portion of the Morgan Rector League, Abstract No. 46, as BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS described In the Warranty Deed with Vendor's Lien recorded in Volume 2558, Pages 133 through 137, in the Office of the County COMMUNITY Clerk, Brazos County, Texas The portion of property is more particularty described by the following COMMUNITY NO.:480083 metes and bounds: AFFECTED NUMBER: 48041CO163D MAP PANEL DATE: 2/912000 FLOODING SOURCE: WOLF PEN CREEK APPROXIMATE LATITUDES LONGITUDE OF PROPERTY: 30.624,-96,293 SOURCE OF LAT a LONG: PRECISION MAPPING STREETS 7.0 DATUM: NAD 83 DETERMINATION OUTCOME 1%ANNUAL LOWEST LOWEST WHAT IS CHANCE ADJACENT LOT LOT BLOCK/ SUBDIVISION STREET REMOVEDFROM FLOOD FLOOD GRADE ELEVATION SECTION THE SFHA ZONE ELEVATION ELEVATION (NGVD 29) NGVD 29) (NGVD 29 — — — — Portion of X 251.5 feet — 252.1 feet Property (unshaded) Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) - The SFHA is an area that would be inundated by the flood having a 1-percent chance of being equaled or exceeded In any given Year (base flood). ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS Please refer to the appropriate section on Attachment 1 for the additional considerations listed below. LEGAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION REVISED BY LETTER OF MAP REVISION INADVERTENT INCLUSION FLOODWAY 1 STUDY UNDERWAY PORTIONS REMAIN IN THE SFHA This document provides the Federal Emergency Management Agency's determination regarding a request for a Letter of Map Revision for the property described above. Using the information submitted and the effective National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) map, we have determined that the described portion(s) of the properly(ies) is/are not located In the NFIP regulatory floodway or the SFHA, an area Inundated by the flood having a 1-percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year (base flood). This document revises the effective NFIP map to remove the subject property from the NFIP regulatory floodway and the SFHA located on the effective NFIP map; therefore, the Federal mandatory flood Insurance requirement does not apply. However, the lender has the option to continue the flood Insurance requirement to protect its financial risk on the loan. A Preferred Risk Policy (PRP) is available for buildings located outside the SFHA. Information about the PRP and how one can apply is enclosed. This determination is based on the flood date presently available. The enclosed documents provide additional Information regarding this determination. if you have any questions about this document, please contact the FEMA Map Assistance Center toll free at (877) 336-2827 (877-FEMA MAP) or by letter addressed to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 3601 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 130, Alexandria, VA 22304.6430. William R. Blanton Jr., CFM, Chief Engineering Management Branch Mitigation Directorate Page 2 of 3 Date: October 28, 2008 Case No.: 09-06-0200A LOMR-FW Federal Emergency Management Agency Washington, D.C. 20472 r�ND SEA LETTER OF MAP REVISION FLOODWAY DETERMINATION DOCUMENT (REMOVAL) ATTACHMENT 1 ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS LEGAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION (CONTINUED) COMMENCING at the westemmost lot corner of Lot 1, Block 3, Horse Haven Estates, Phase 3; thence S43044'08"E, 14.12 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence S43044'08"E, 103.79 feet; thence N46915'52"E, 40.50 feet; thence S43044'08"E, 263.62 feet; thence S69008'42"W, 200.00 feet; thence S62034'4T W, 33.63 feet; thence S6204951"W, 126.31 feet; thence S63011'39W, 40.06 feet; thence N26042'3T W, 22.32 feet; thence N57°32'49"E, 86.45 feet; thence N23001'12"W, 56.30 feet; thence S5802V48"W, 89.97 feet; thence N26°42'33"W, 137.30 feet; thence S68045143"W, 153.72 feet; thence N41 °45'43"E, 37.54 feet; thence N34019'04"W, 48.34 feet; thence N15°54'54"E, 34.91 feet; thence 25.89 feet along a curve to the left having a radius of 565.00 feet, a central angle of 02037'33", and a chord bearing N35059'51"E, 25.89 feet; thence N44°46'13"W, 9.05 feet; thence 85.02 feet along a curve to the right having a radius of 80.04 feet, a central angle of 6005141", and a chord bearing N47°05'44"E, 81.08 feet; thence N72027'38"E, 268.74 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING INADVERTENT INCLUSION IN THE FLOODWAY 1 (PORTIONS OF THE PROPERTY REMAIN IN THE FLOODWAY) (This Additional Consideration applies to the preceding 1 Property.) A portion of this property is located within the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) regulatory floodway for the flooding source indicated on the Determination Document, while the subject of this determination is not. The NFIP regulatory floodway is the area that must remain unobstructed in order to prevent unacceptable increases in base flood elevations. Therefore, no construction may take place in an NFIP regulatory floodway that may cause an increase in the base flood elevation, and any future construction or substantial Improvement on the property remains subject to Federal, State/Commonwealth, and local regulations for floodplain management. The NFIP regulatory floodway is provided to the community as a tool to regulate floodplain development. Therefore, the NFIP regulatory floodway modification described in the Determination Document, while acceptable to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), must also be acceptable to the community and adopted by appropriate community action, as specified in Paragraph 60.3(d) of the NFIP regulations. Any proposed revision to the NFIP regulatory floodway must be submitted to FEMA by community officials. The community should contact either the Regional Director (for those communities in Regions I -IV, and VI-X), or the Regional Engineer (for those communities in Region V) for guidance on the data which must be submitted for a revision to the NFIP regulatory floodway. Contact information for each regional office can be obtained by calling the FEMA Map Assistance Center toll free at (877) 336-2627 (877-FEMA MAP) or from our web site at hffp://www.fema.gov/abouttregoff.htm. This attachment provides additional information regarding this request. If you have any questions about this attachment, please contact the FEMA Map Assistance Center toll free at (877) 330-2627 (877-FEMA MAP) or by letter addressed to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 3601 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 130. Alexandria, VA 22304-6�r9�3�9. GV� /? �.LLa.wxs-t William R. Blanton Jr., CFM, Chief Engineering Management Branch Mitigation Directorate Page 3 of 3 Data: October 28, 2008 Case No.: 08-08-0200A LOMR-FW H�frAir'1 T r Federal Emergency Management Agency °4frAH�� Washington, D.C. 20472 LETTER OF MAP REVISION FLOODWAY DETERMINATION DOCUMENT (REMOVAL) ATTACHMENT 1 ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS PORTIONS OF THE PROPERTY REMAIN IN THE SFHA (This Additional Consideration applies to the preceding 1 Property.) Portions of this property, but not the subject of the Determination/Comment document, may remain in the Special Flood Hazard Area. Therefore, any future construction or substantial improvement on the property remains subject to Federal, State/Commonwealth, and local regulations for floodplain management. REVISED BY LETTER OF MAP REVISION (This Additional Consideration applies to the preceding 1 Property.) The effective National Flood Insurance Program map for the subject property, has since been revised by a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) dated 7/10/2000. The 7/10/2000 LOMR has been used in making the determination/comment for the subject property. STUDY UNDERWAY (This Additional Consideration applies to all properties in the LOMR-FW DETERMINATION DOCUMENT (REMOVAL)) This determination is based on the flood data presently available. However, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is currently revising the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) map for the community. New flood data could be generated that may affect this property. When the new NFIP map is issued it will supersede this determination. The Federal requirement for the purchase of flood insurance will then be based on the newly revised NFIP map. This attachment provides additional information regarding this request. If you have any questions about this attachment, please contact the FEMA Map Assistance Center toll free at (677) 336.2627 (677-FEMA MAP) or by letter addressed to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 3601 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 130, Alexandria, VA 22304 6439. William R. Blanton Jr., CFM, Chief Engineering Management Branch Mitigation Directorate