“A Community Conversation About Property Insurance”features special guest Michelle Osborne, Chief Deputy Commissioner with the state Department of Insurance.
“A Community Conversation About Property Insurance,” which provides coastal property owners with information about different types of policies, wind and hail policies versus flood policies, coverage limitations and potential solutions for common insurance problems, can now be streamed on Dare County’s YouTube channel.
More than 100 attended last month the community conversation with Michelle Osborne, chief deputy commissioner with the North Carolina Department of Insurance.
Dare County, in partnership with Current TV, has released the video that features Osborne discussing different types of insurance coverage, issues with specific policies, policy recommendations for coastal areas, and proposed changes to the National Flood Insurance Program including the privatization of flood insurance during the meeting presented by the Dare County Planning Department and the Outer Banks Association of Realtors.
The video will also broadcast on Current TV Government Channel 191 for local Spectrum TV customers. CurrentTV’s programming schedule, this video and additional Dare County programming, is available for viewing on-demand at CurrentTV.org.
Current TV is a collaboration between Dare County, local municipalities and educational entities. Current TV provides a diverse range of visually dynamic government and education programming. By highlighting community initiatives, government services, and local sciences, Current TV expands its viewers’ knowledge of the community’s infrastructure and services. All programming is accessible on Current TV’s streaming channels, on-demand video website, and Channels 191 and 198 for local Spectrum TV customers.
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