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Yup. Someone commented the other day that we hadn't torn the house down yet - well D'uh it sure is hard to get going when the contractors are too busy and you are still rounding up money.
Submitted by: WONDERING
Sep 8, 2004, 10:40 AM EDT
It works, but it tells me that most people in the state of Maryland, through the media, have forgotten there was a flood and the fact that many Isabel people are still homeless! I first noticed that about three weeks after the flood. We have all been “archived!”
Submitted by: GH
Sep 7, 2004, 1:18 PM EDT
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By A Sun Staff Writer
Originally published April 23, 2004
Homeowners can have their Tropical Storm Isabel insurance claims reviewed by federal officials Wednesday in Queen Anne's County and Thursday in Edgewater.

During the meetings, National Flood Insurance Program claims specialists will gather information and documentation from property owners to compare with case files from private insurance companies. The specialists may also order a reinspection of the damaged property.

Claims specialists will summarize their findings in written statements. If specialists find that the original settlement was unfair, residents will also receive an adjusted settlement from their insurance company.

Wednesday's meeting will be held from noon to 6:30 p.m. in the Kent Island United Methodist Church at Cox Neck Road and Route 50. Thursday's meeting will be held from noon to 7 p.m. in the South County Senior Center, at 27 Stepneys Lane.

Appointments are not necessary.

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