Evanston Roundtable :1 Property Insurance Owners Better

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Community roundtable on property insurance scheduled for January 17

Evanston Roundtable :1 Property Insurance Owners Better

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This month, the Down East Resilience Network is holding a community roundtable on property insurance to help owners better prepare for the future by learning more about their current insurance coverage.

Wednesday, January 17, from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. is the open house at the Harkers Island-based Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center.

The Down East Resilience Network, which encompasses 13 communities in eastern Carteret County, is an alliance of researchers, organizations, educators,

Students, and others involved in adaptation and resiliency that was established three years ago to increase public awareness of the environmental changes occurring in the area. Please register online to assist with planning.

Representatives from the state’s departments of Public Safety and Insurance, the North Carolina Office of Recovery and Resiliency, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the National Flood Insurance Program, and other experts will be present at the open house.

There will be roundtable talks with insurance experts at 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., and 6:30 p.m. To attend, there is no need to register.

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The organizers stated, “This is an opportunity to learn more about coastal insurance changes/challenges, not an insurance sales pitch.”

The goal of this gathering is to provide the community with a forum to discuss additional issues and pose the following queries:

  • Are you prepared for the upcoming storm, high tide, or nor’easter?
  • Does the area where you work or live have flooding? How does that work mean?
  • Do you have any inquiries about maps of floods?
  • Is flood insurance necessary? Do you have the money for flood insurance?
  • Are you able to live without it?
  • What resources does FEMA offer for long-term resilience, post-storm recovery, and pre-storm mitigation?
  • Which companies still cover North Carolina’s coast? What are these companies’ long-term projections?

The Down East Resilience Network meetings in September 2023 recommended the insurance roundtable.

There will be food available for lunch, dinner, and snacks all day long. The conversation’s sponsors, Chalk & Gibbs Insurance of Morehead City, were thanked by the organizers.

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