The sites and structures are varied and diverse in the city of Hempstead. Below is a list of general questions and scenarios for real estate in special flood risk areas. Although the following are not necessary to schedule a meeting with a plan controller, they are useful for assistance. The City of Hempstead`s flood management regulations and codes, required by the Federal Emergency Risk Management Agency, state that all new buildings to be built in special flood zones (regulated flood zones) must raise their lowest floors above or above the height of basic flooding (OFCE). The regulations also provide that substantial improvements to existing buildings (transformation, renovation, renovation or complement) or buildings that have suffered significant damage must meet the requirements for new construction. Please note that a building can be severely damaged by any cause, including fire, flooding, high winds, seismic activity, land movement or neglect. It is important to note that all costs associated with repairing a severely damaged building must be determined in its condition prior to the damage. Real estate that has not proven damage is subject with the latest building permits issued. The elements that may be excluded are elements that are not directly related to the building.
The following list describes the types of costs that may be excluded: items that must be included in the cost of improvement and repair costs are those that are directly related to the building. The following list of costs, which must be taken into account, should not be exhaustive, but should indicate the costs that need to be taken into account: more information on construction in the special flood risk zone should be sent to the Planning Review Board. Audit hours are 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m., Monday to Friday. We advise you to make an appointment with an examiner for damage authorizations, requests or storm-related claims on the phone number (516) 812-3073. Please note the back of this fact sheet to find out which documents can be accessed at FOIL`s request for the scheduled date with real estate valuations for real estate that have not yet submitted a repair permit. Once all the necessary documents have been filed, the Division will verify the costs of repair, improvement or repair/improvement to determine if the total cost exceeds or exceeds 50% of the fair value of the structure than for the structure, will inform the applicant of the finding and ask the auditor for a meeting to consider options (such a reduction in the volume of improvement work) and explain the appeal procedure by the Zoning Appeals Chamber. The property or part of the accommodation is located in a specific flood risk area, as provided by the National Flood Insurance Program`s Flood Insurance Rate Card. In these areas, there are other rules relating to construction. In addition, damage was caused in this area during the 2012 storm.