Columbus faces a hefty price tag for new levees
April 29, 2009
FEMA has instructed Columbus, Nebraska, to raise its levees by a foot or more
throughout the city in order to comply with a standard that would protect the city against a 100-year flood. The city will need to spend about $2 million to get the levee improvements, but the result should save about that much annually in higher flood-insurance premiums.
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, and pumping stations
, in addition to many other products for levee improvements and flood control. Please feel free to contact us
with your questions.
last revised April 2009