Cape Coral responds to FEMA flood risk assessments

The massive changes made by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to its methodology for determining flood risk, risk rating 2.0, prompted Cape Coral to take action against rising flood insurance costs and join statewide efforts to curb increases. FEMA says it is changing its methodology to make insurance premiums fairer, …

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Is social security sufficient? Marvel Wealth Management Offers Guide to Generating Income During Retirement

With the precarious economic landscape of Covid-19, many retirees find it difficult to settle down and live their years comfortably. Rising taxes, inflation, rising healthcare costs, and unpredictable returns on investment make the future uncertain. MELBOURNE, FLORIDA, USA, October 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Many retirees are not convinced that Social …

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The Red Hook man who put a fork in the road

Peter D. Kramer MILAN – Steve Schreiber remembers the eastbound cars backing up for miles along Highway 199 to the Red Hook traffic light. It was in the 1950s, and the Taconic State Parkway was opening in sections, which meant that traffic associated with the promenade would obstruct local roads …

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Fifth Third Announces $ 180 Million Neighborhood Investment Program in Collaboration with Corporate Community Partners to Accelerate Revitalization of Nine Communities

Posted 2 hours ago Proposed by Fifth Third Bancorp CINCINNATI, Oct. 13, 2021 / CSRwire / – Fifth Third Bank, National Association and Enterprise Community Partners today announced the launch of a $ 180 million neighborhood program to accelerate the revitalization of nine key black-majority communities in seven States that …

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