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Some Central residents could be paying for unnecessary insurance

The City of Central is hiring an engineer to do a detailed study of the area's elevation to send to FEMA The City of Central is hiring an engineer to do a detailed study of the area's elevation to send to FEMA

TONIGHT ON 9NEWS AT FIVE:  The East Baton Rouge Truancy Center plays a part in dealing with kids involved in situations like the one this morning that had Glen Oaks High on lockdown.  WAFB's Kelsey Davis will have more on how the Youth and Family Services Center works.

ONLY ON 9 NEWS AT SIX:  There's an area of Central listed as "A" – meaning no flood elevation measurements have been taken.  WAFB's Tyana Williams will have a report on how the city council plans to help residents reduce their flood insurance payments.

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