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2012 July - Flood Insurance Consumer Information

Flood Insurance Consumer Information

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Entries for July, 2012

Flood insurance scheme

Flood insurance schemeNews from This is Gloucestershire: MEMBERS of Tewkesbury Borough Council will tonight consider a bid to make it easier for people wanting to insure their homes against flooding. Councillors Vernon Smith and Elaine MacTiernan want the authority to lobby the Association of British Insurers (ABI) on the matter. The pair want insurers to [...]

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Flooding after wildfires can cause damage

Flooding after wildfires can cause damageNews from Farmington Daily Times: Daily Times File Photo Flooding damage off of Country Club and Kingsway Drive. FARMINGTON — The Four Corners has seen its share of wildfires this summer, with at least five fires having burned within 100 miles of San Juan County, and with the onset of [...]

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Middletown Releases Updates To Flood Insurance Discount Program

Middletown Releases Updates To Flood Insurance Discount ProgramNews from Patch.com: Since the discount on renewing flood insurance policies was first announced, there have been further clarifications as to which residential zones can take advantage of the program All standard rate policies in zones A or V are eligible for the 10 percent discount. While standard [...]

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Some Beaufort County property owners could see fee break on flood insurance

Some Beaufort County property owners could see fee break on flood insuranceNews from Hilton Head Island Packet: Property owners in unincorporated Beaufort County deemed to be at the greatest risk for flooding will get a break of as much as 20 percent on flood insurance, largely because of recent steps by county staff to limit [...]

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Clark County adopts new flood insurance rate maps, finishes update of …

Clark County adopts new flood insurance rate maps, finishes update of …News from OregonLive.com: Rob Finch/The OregonianProperty owners at Fisherman’s Slough, on the Columbia River, are regulated under a shoreline master program required by state law. The Clark County board of commissioners at its July 24 meeting adopted new flood insurance rate maps and approved [...]

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Got Flood Insurance? You Probably Need It

Got Flood Insurance? You Probably Need ItNews from Fox Business: Just 1 inch of flood water throughout a 2,000-square-foot home can cause almost $ 21,000 in damage, according to the National Flood Insurance Program. It can seep into furniture, flooring, walls, lighting, electronics, appliances and irreplaceable keepsakes and photos. Multiply one home’s damage by entire [...]

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Sutter County levee upgrades could lower flood insurance

Sutter County levee upgrades could lower flood insuranceNews from Appeal-Democrat: July 24, 2012 12:20:00 AM Design work for upgrading levees around Live Oak and Yuba City isn’t just about better flood protection; it’s also a race against the prospect of higher flood insurance premiums. Property owners in what’s called the Yuba City basin got a [...]

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Commissioners talk flood insurance with public

Commissioners talk flood insurance with publicNews from Aurora Advertiser: On August 7, voters of Lawrence County will decide if the county will participate in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).  Most cities in Lawrence County already participate in the NFIP, including Aurora, Mt. Vernon, Monett, Marionville, Pierce City and Verona.  The vote on August 7 [...]

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INSIGHT-Flood risk rampant across Asia’s factory zones

INSIGHT-Flood risk rampant across Asia’s factory zonesNews from Reuters: Link this Share this continues on Reuters … Read the full article Related News: The Flood No Synopsis Available List Price: 16.99 Price: 13.00

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Like quakes, flooding not covered in typical home policy

Like quakes, flooding not covered in typical home policyNews from Salt Lake Tribune: Courtesy Lt. Lee Perry | Utah Highway Patrol In Utah, as with other Western states, wildfires have in recent years set the stage for mudslides and flash flooding. Flooding probably isn’t something many Utahns worry about during a hot, dry summer that [...]

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