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Insurance agents have heavy workload after Ike (The Lufkin Daily News)
The tree that once stood tall and strong on one side of the home now lies on its side, having crushed the backside of the white house on Myrtie Street. Pat Tomez, owner of just one home that suffered massive damage during Hurricane Ike, stood outside discussing his options with State Farm insurance agent Jay Jackson and claim representative Wayne Harris.
Schafer appoints members to FCIC board of directors (High Plains Journal)
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Ed Schafer recently announced the appointment of insurance agent Susan C. Rogers and family farmer James C. Nickel to vacancies on the Federal Crop insurance Corporation's Board of Directors. Each will serve 4-year appointments ending Sept, 5, 2012.
City says no to Farmer's Market in Murphy Park (Glendale Star)
Plans to locate a Farmer's Market in downtown Glendale's Murphy Park were squelched by the city last week because of a city code which prohibits it.
Insurance claims important part of the recovery process (Humble Observer)
With destroyed homes, trees and other property damage across the Humble, Kingwood, Atascocita, East Montgomery County and Spring areas, the process of cleaning up debris and surveying the damage is important. For anyone with serious damage contacting an insurance agency is the next step in the recovery from Hurricane Ike.
Volunteering for a vacation (The Pantagraph)
There's no need to pull teeth to get retired dentist Rick Martin to pack his bags. Just tell him someone needs volunteers somewhere to help somehow and he's on his way.
Panel solves haying snafu at Rauscher (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)
CLINTON - A problem earlier this month with cutting hay at the town's recently bought Rauscher Farm was the result of a misunderstanding among the farmer who did the cutting, town officials, and a volunteer group keeping an eye on the 60 acres.
Insurance, then FEMA for homeowners affected by Ike (Beaumont Enterprise)
Insurance first. FEMA second.
Insurance fund to protect Neb. farmers when grain elevators fail gets cool reception (Canadian Business)
Nate Jenkins September 18, 2008 - 07:55 a.m. LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The financial collapse of a grain elevator that left farmers with millions of dollars in losses isn't prompting an outcry for a new type of insurance fund in Nebraska.
Tie vote: Osage Beach mayor settles impasse over cancelling health benefits and granting pay raises for elected ... (Lake Sun Leader)
Split between the economic impact and the city?s savings, Mayor Penny Lyons had to break two ties at Thursday night?s Board of Aldermen meeting. In the end, Lyon voted to drop insurance coverage and approve a pay raise.
Hurricane Ike will affect local insurance rates minimally, agents say (Midland Reporter-Telegram)
By Kathleen Thurber Staff Writer As officials continue assessing damage caused by Hurricane Ike in Galveston, Houston and surrounding areas, insurance agents are working to fill the thousands of claims they say likely will only take a minimal toll on insurance rates for West Texans.