NFIP Extended- Now time for reform

Just-In-Time:  House Votes 315-48 to Extend NFIP to May 31, 2019 After a challenging week in Congress, the House passed S.3628 that extends the NFIP’s authority until May 31, 2019.  President Trump signed the bill into law Friday night.  The NFIP did not expire. The goal of extending the NFIP for a six-month period is to provide time for […]

Extension No Longer Certain

NFIP Now Headed Towards Lapse As of the writing of this message, Congress has not yet extended the National Flood Insurance Program, which expires at midnight on Friday, December 21st. The current political situation is complicated. Presently, the US Senate has proposed an extension to February 8th of Federal Government spending, which includes an extension of […]

Introducing Our Flood Risk Services

MCC Introduces Suite of Flood Risk Services The Massachusetts Coastal Coalition’s Know Flood suite of services brings flood risk information to your fingertips. These services are designed to meet the needs of realtors, lenders, policy holders and residential and commercial applications where flood information can affect everyday life. “Know Flood Mapping” Service Knowing your flood […]

NFIP Heads Towards Lapse

NFIP Looms Towards Lapse As of the writing of this message, Congress has not yet extended the National Flood Insurance Program, which expires at midnight on Friday, December 7th. Presently Congress has proposed a 2 Week extension of the Federal Government spending, which includes a two week extension of the NFIP. There is currently no timeline on […]

NFIP Avoids Lapse For One Week

The House and Senate have passed a bill to extend the NFIP for one week in order to avert a lapse in the program. The 7 day extension will tie the NFIP to the broader federal spending bill (A continuing resolution) which is set to expire on December 7th. The one week extension bill has […]

Know Flood News- 2018 Quarter 4

      Massachusetts Coastal Coalition 2018 Quarter 4, Edition 1         About Us The mission of the MCC is to educate, advocate, and inform professionals and stakeholders regionally and nationally, on flood hazards. MCC Board of Directors Chair, Joe Rossi, Vice Chair, Tim Williams, Treasurer Steve Amico, Clerk Doris Crary,Director Tim Carty, Director Sue […]

Get Your Opinion Heard

Call For Opinion Columns The MCC will be issuing our first quarterly newsletter on October 15th! If you are getting this email, you will receive our newsletter. As we prepare for the release of our newsletter, we are asking for YOUR participation. Every newsletter will feature an opinion column written by one of our members (meaning […]