A recent article by Steve Reilly,
“Flood insurance prices surge,” says that the most affected properties will be “older homes, vacation homes and other properties in flood-prone and -hazard zones.” Looking around, that is a good part of Englewood. And that scares the pants off me.
We are barely holding on financially as a community. Food banks are running low, more families are receiving free or reduced lunches at area schools, rentals are expensive (supply and demand), food prices are up, Social Security checks aren’t stretching to cover the increased costs and new housing took a dive.
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