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Flood insurance study. Village of Amityville, New York, Suffolk County.

Language(s): English
Published: [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, Federal Insurance Administration, [1977]
Subjects: Flood insurance.
Flood insurance > New York (State) > Suffolk County.
Flood insurance > New York (State) > Amityville.
Flood forecasting > New York (State) > Suffolk County.
Flood forecasting > New York (State) > Amityville.
New York (State) > Suffolk County.
New York (State) > Amityville.
Suffolk County (N.Y.)
Amityville (N.Y.)
Technical reports.
Note: "May 1977, HUD-FIA-169-419."
Authority and financing contained in Interagency Agreement no. (IAA)--H-19-74, Project Order no. 18 and Interagency Agreement no.(IAA)-H-16-75, Project Order no. 6.
Conducted by Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, for Federal Insurance Administration.
"September 1977."
Cover title.
Location map on cover.
Physical Description: ii, 13 pages : illustrations, map ; 28 cm.
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