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Boundary disputes - Floodplain Districts
The following procedure shall be used by the Board in hearing disputes concerning floodplain district boundaries:
(1) If a floodplain district boundary is established by approximate or detailed floodplain studies, the flood elevations or profiles shall prevail in locating the boundary. If none exist, other evidence may be examined;

(2) The person contesting the boundary location shall be given a reasonable opportunity to present arguments and technical evidence to the Board; and

(3) If the boundary is incorrectly mapped, the Board should inform the zoning committee or the person contesting the boundary location to petition the governing body for a map amendment according to Article VIII, Amendments.