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Nags Head residents to save on flood insurance in 2022; commissioners iron out recycling and trash pick-up schedules

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By Summer Stevens

Michael Zehner, Nags Head’s director of planning and development, shared the good news that the town’s community flood rating has decreased from a class six to a class five. They will be joining neighboring communities like Kill Devil Hills and Manteo in this rating, which will result in a savings of over half a million dollars for flood insurance policy holders. Zehner expects these changes to go into effect next year.

Town manager Andrew Garman updated the Board of Commissioners on

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