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Flood Insurance in 2020- Where are we going, what are we doing?
Leaders in the insurance industry anticipated that 2019, much like 2018, would be a tumultuous year for flood insurance with large catastrophic events, legislative impasse, administrative uncertainty. For the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and private flood insurance, all were true and may continue into 2020. Unlike other insurance programs, the NFIP is authorized by Congress. And while private flood insurance is not controlled by a Federal body, Congress’s actions (or inactions) influence the industry. More recently, the NFIP has been suffering from a lack of a long term reauthorization by Congress. The program, which saw its major authorizations expire two years ago, has been propped up by short term extensions and proposed reform measures that have received mixed reactions from stakeholders. To add to the uncertainty, FEMA’s new rating system, Risk Rating 2.0 has seen immense pressure by Congress to be halted, and has now been postponed into 2021. And uncertainty in the marketplace for flood insurance remains as participation is low and losses mount with climate related events. What’s ahead in 2020? Its important to review 2019 to see where 2020 takes us. The National Flood Insurance Program was started in 1968 by Congress after major flooding events […]
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MCC Annual Meeting
First Annual Massachusetts Coastal Coalition Membership Meeting The MCC would like to invite all members, and those interested in becoming a member, to the first annual membership meeting. The purpose of the annual meeting is to vote in the 2020 slate of MCC officers as presented, but will also feature: Guest speaker: Joy Duperault, State NFIP Coordinator Vote for the Slate of Officers as presented Information on the 2020 Marshfield and Duxbury map revisions Update on flood insurance legislation and changes to the NFIP and Private flood industries 2019 MCC accomplishments MCC Mission and goals for 2020 and beyond Where: Stellwagen Brewery, 100 Enterprise Dr, Marshfield, MA 02050 When: November 13th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm Note: If you are not a member, but interested in becoming a member, we will be signing new members up at the annual meeting. Membership is free. Vote for the Slate of Officers as presented for a 3 year term: Treasurer, Stephen Amico Clerk, Doris Crary Director, Timothy Carty Tell us you’re going on facebook! MCC Annual Meeting Facebook Event Download the event flyer HERE!
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