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Sep 23

Lightning – Our Sneaky Menace

Posted to Controlling your risk by Bob Carruth by Todd McGee

What do you think is the most common property-related claim for the Risk Management Pools? Although we tend to focus on the wind, rain, or fire damage claims that occur each year, none of these qualify (unless they occur as part of a named storm).

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Jul 20

August recess a chance for home cookin'

Posted to Federal advocacy update by Todd McGee

August provides an ideal time to meet with your Members of Congress locally, saving both time and money compared to scheduling the same meeting in Washington, D.C. 

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Jul 15

It’s that time of the year again – Hurricane Season!

Posted to Managing your risk by Michael Kelly by Todd McGee

Hurricane Season began June 1 and ends Nov. 30. Most emergency county staff have already dusted off their emergency management manual and given some thought to protocols and procedures to be employed in the event of a hurricane. Some may even have already participated in mock hurricane storm response drills to fine tune responsibility assignments and procedures. This month’s column is about making sure your property coverage is in order and ready to respond should a storm strike North Carolina.

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Nov 12

2020 Election: County Commissioner Results

Posted to The County Research Pulse by Paige Worsham

Voter turnout in the 2020 general election exceeded 74% in North Carolina, surpassing 69% voter turnout in 2016. Here’s an overview of the election results for County Commissioner races.

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