She said her Fox Meadows neighborhood is outside the floodplain, but a recent FEMA map said otherwise.
Fenner said her neighbors tried to sell their home, but the bank told the potential buyers that the property is now part of the flood prone area, and they lost the sale.
"When they label a map a certain zone, they don't realize they are killing the value. If you don't flood and it says you do, what do you think that does?" said Fenner.
The news spread quickly around the Luzerne County community, and about a hundred people packed into the Exeter Borough Council meeting looking for answers.
Representatives from FEMA and Senator Bob Casey's office tried to help.
He said residents are panicking about paying for flood insurance.
"A gentleman just approached me, who lives in our community, and he said he went to a local insurance agent with the FEMA map, and he was quoted $5,000 for insurance," said McArthur.
FEMA Insurance Specialist Richard Sobota said the map of Exeter was updated in 2012, but he wasn't sure about the changes, or even the accuracy of those changes.
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