Details for PUBLIC NOTIFICATION
PUBLIC NOTIFICATION: The City of Franklin in accordance with National Flood Insurance Program Regulation 65.7(b)(1)], hereby gives notice of the City’s intent to revise the ﬂ ood hazard infor-mation, generally located between Carothers Parkway and Interstate 65 in Southeast Franklin along the Harpeth River. The ﬂ ood hazard revisions are being proposed as part of Conditional Letter of Map Revision (CLOMR) Case No. 20-04-0364R for a pro-posed project along the Harpeth River. The City of Franklin is proposing to construct a vehicle access bridge to cross the Harpeth River to access to the proposed Southeast Municipal Complex.
Once the project has been completed, a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) request should be submitted that will, in part, revise the following ﬂ ood hazards along the Harpeth River.
1. The ﬂ oodway width will slightly increase and decrease along the Harpeth River from Carothers Parkway to Interstate 65. 2. Base Flood Elevations will slightly increase and decrease along the Harpeth River from Carothers Parkway to Interstate 65. 3. The Harpeth River 1% and 0.2% annual chance SFHAs will slightly increase and de-crease along the Harpeth River from Carothers Parkway to Interstate 65.
Maps and detailed analysis of the revision can be reviewed at the Department of En-gineering in Franklin City Hall at 109 3rd Avenue South, Franklin, TN 37064. Interested persons may call Shanna McCoy at 615-550-6631 for additional information from March 18, 2020 to April 29, 2020.
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