NEW FLOOD MAPS SHOW CURRENT RISKS IN LE FLORE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA

NEW FLOOD MAPS SHOW CURRENT RISKS IN LE FLORE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA

DENTON, TX – August 8, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — Le Flore County, Oklahoma homeowners, business and residential renters and business owners who do not have flood flood insurance rate maps go into effect.

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