Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report - Monday, October 09, 2017
Date Published: 10-09-2017
Not just among the Best Female Lobbyists, but among the Best Lobbyists, “Period,” proclaims the cover of today’s Influence Magazine featuring Colodny Fass Tallahassee Managing Partner Katie Webb.
When you only pay $10,000 to $15,000 for a Home, Insurance doesn't make sense. A TCPalm.com reader says.
A month after Hurricane Irma inflicted almost $2.6 Billion in Total Agricultural Damage Statewide, Northeast Florida Farmers still scramble to recover from shredded crops, flooded fields, flattened farm buildings and a delayed planting season. Teresa Stepzinski reports for the Florida Times-Union.
Florida is Home to over One Million Puerto Ricans. The New York Times’ Michael Tackett reports.
Senator Bill Montford has assembled a Panel of Business Leaders and Experts to understand how damaging of a hit Irma delivered to Florida. James Call reports for the Tallahassee Democrat.
Plans to create Water Systems that rely heavily on gravity to flush water out of the streets had no projections for where water tables would lie 20 and 30 years down the road. David Smiley reports for the Miami Herald.
Alarmingly, Short-Term Rental Platforms are being exploited by Commercial Operators who run Illegal Hotels without adhering to Florida’s Commercial Rental Laws. The American Hotel & Lodging Association tells FloridaPolitics.com.
In the days and weeks since Harvey made Landfall, Automakers have been earnestly shuttling cars and incentive dollars to Texas and Florida, shifting the balance and availability of cars across the Country. Brian Chee reports for the New York Daily News.
The Department of Elder Affairs, which includes the Ombudsman Program, attributes the decline to an increase in visits by Volunteer Ombudsmen, stopping problems before they grow into the sort of serious issues requiring further Investigation. The Sun-Sentinel’s Dan Sweeney reports.
Often regarded as more of a luxury than a necessity, the Service was offered Free of Charge Statewide by Florida Hospital Centra Care and Baptists Health of South Florida. Michael Finch reports for the Daily Commercial.
In his Second — and Last — Year as Senate President, Negron aims to boost State University Scholarships and cement the Funding into State Law. He told TCPalm.com on Friday.
Today, just 137 Lenders call Florida Home. John Hielscher reports for the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.
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