BROOKLYN, N.Y.–Few New York insurance agents are aware that community disaster risk mitigation programs can cut premium costs for federal flood insurance, judging by a meeting here yesterday with a Federal Emergency Management Agency official.

Their lack of knowledge was revealed during a briefing by Stephen Kempf Jr., regional administrator FEMA Region II, at the Professional Insurance Agents of New York State Inc. annual Metropolitan Regional Awareness Program.

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