By signing the Community Acknowledgement Form (MT-1 Form), to what am I attesting? What is the difference between Sections A and B?
A signed community acknowledgement of fill placement form provides written assurance by the participating community that they have complied with the appropriate minimum floodplain management requirements; that is, any existing or proposed structures within the area to be removed from the Special Flood Hazard Area are (or will be) reasonably safe from flooding as required under the current minimum floodplain management regulations under Subparagraph 60.3(a)(3) of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) regulations. Subparagraph 60.3(a)(3) and other portions of the NFIP regulations may be accessed through the Guidance Documents and Other Published Resources page on the FEMA Website. Section A pertains to requests involving the placement of fill and must be signed by a community official responsible for floodplain management to certify the request meets all applicable NFIP regulations. Section B is required for all requests involving inadvertent inclusions in the regulatory floodway a
- By signing the Community Acknowledgement Form (MT-1 Form), to what am I attesting? What is the difference between Sections A and B?
- What is the difference between signing a Jurat and an Acknowledgement? How should they be handled?
- WHY HAS THE TRAINING ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM THAT I PRINTED GOT AN "X" FOR SOME SECTIONS?