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Bachmann-Zeitlin Insurance Agency Reminds Bucks County About the …

Thursday, April 16th, 2015

Bachmann-Zeitlin Insurance Agency Reminds Bucks County About the …
News from Insurance News Net:

Philadelphia, PA — (ReleaseWire) — 04/13/2015 — The Bachmann-Zeitlin Insurance Agency provides automobile, homeowners, renters, boat, life and flooding insurance to Pennsylvania residents. Their fully licensed insurance agency strives to provide the best policies at the most affordable rates, coupled with unsurpassed customer service. As the weather warms and PA boat owners start itching to get on the water, the Bachmann-Zeitlin Insurance Agency wants to remind everybody that optional insurance policies, such as life insurance and boat insurance in Bucks County, are just as important as car insurance and health insurance.

While vehicle owners are legally obligated to carry insurance policies with minimum liability requirements in most states, there are no such obligations for boat owners to insure a pleasure boat. If that’s not surprising, then let’s add some statistics to the mix. According to the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission…………… continues on Insurance News Net

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Strong attendance, spending expected at Miami-Dade County boat shows

Monday, February 9th, 2015

Strong attendance, spending expected at Miami-Dade County boat shows
News from MiamiHerald.com:

Over the next week, South Floridians will have to take care swinging a yo-yo to avoid striking a new boat in downtown Miami and most of Miami Beach.

The 2015 Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show and the Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show open Thursday through Feb. 16, drawing more than 100,000 buyers and admirers to peruse billions of dollars worth of boats, marine electronics, hardware and accessories.

“We are seeing a tremendous volume of new product from boat and accessory manufacturers,” said Thom Dammrich, president of the National Marine Manufacturers Association, which puts on the Progressive Miami show. “There are probably more new models of boats at the Miami show than in many, many years.”

The Progressive Miami Show will be spread over three sites: Miami Beach Convention Center where small and midsized boats, electronics and accessories are displayed; Miamarina at Bayside featuring new sailboats and sailing gear; and Sea Isle Marina holding large powerboats.

The Yacht & Brokerage Show on Miami Beach’s Indian Creek Waterway exhibits hundreds of new and used yachts up to 165 feet long.

Although technically separate from the Miami show, the Yacht & Brokerage Show has been held in conjunction with it for many years.

Both shows anticipate strong sales fueled by a streng…………… continues on MiamiHerald.com

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County orders removal of boats

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

County orders removal of boats
News from The Harlan Daily Enterprise:

Immediately after bringing a special called meeting of the Harlan Fiscal Court to order on Tuesday, Harlan County Judge-Executive Joe Grieshop made a motion to enter into executive session per KRS 61.810 (l) (c) personnel and litigation.

The only item on the agenda was Stone Mountain Boat Dock.

After approximately 30 minutes, the court was called back to order, at which time Grieshop immediately made a motion to “send notice to those with boats at the (Stone Mountain) boat dock, at Cranks Creek Lake, to remove their boats by Jan. 9, 2015” with no explanation as to why.

A roll call vote was taken, which resulted in a tie. Without any discussion, a motion was immediately made for another roll call vote at which time the tie was broken with a 4-3 vote. Harlan County Attorney Fred Busroe then instructed the court a motion had to be made to re-vote instead of voting on the original motion a second time. The vote was taken again, at which time the motion carried.

“The grounds for the motion and the second are that after the motion was made the first time it was locked up three to three so there was no resolve to the issue. So, a motion was made to re-vote to see if that changes anybody’s opinion. The second was made to it and now a roll call can be made,” Busroe instructed the court before a third roll call vote was taken.

“This is a tough…………… continues on The Harlan Daily Enterprise

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Best of Salem County 2014 top local business winners are announced

Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

Best of Salem County 2014 top local business winners are announced
News from Today’s Sunbeam – NJ.com:

SALEM — You have voted for your favorite local businesses in Salem County and the results are in for the 2014 Best of Salem County contest.

This now-annual event lets local consumers cast their ballots for those businesses they deem are the best in the county.

The contest is sponsored by the Salem County Chamber of Commerce, the South Jersey Times and the County of Salem.

The 2014 list contains some new names along with many who also won last year.

“The Best of Salem County means so much to each of the winners

because their customers vote to show appreciation for a job well done,” said Salem County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jennife…………… continues on Today’s Sunbeam – NJ.com

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County flips, will buy patrol boat

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

County flips, will buy patrol boat
News from Bellingham Herald:

The Pierce County Council reversed course Tuesday and approved spending $ 730,000 for a new saltwater patrol and rescue boat for the Sheriff’s Department.

Three months ago, the council refused to add the boat to this year’s budget, even though $ 525,000 of the cost would come from a federal Homeland Security grant.

Council members cited sticker shock, saying they didn’t want to spend so much taxpayer money on a boat.

But Tuesday, some council members said they had changed their minds and concluded the cost was appropriate for the kind of vessel the Sheriff’s Department would get.

The boat would be larger, faster and have more advanced technology than The Reliance, the department’s last boat, which sank in July.

Council member Roger Bush, R-Frederickson, said he was at first skeptical but determined the cost is not “abnormally high.”

But council member Dan Roach, R-Bonney Lake, said he’s concerned about the cost of purchasing and operating the vessel, expenses he can’t defend to his constituents.

“I’m afraid if I voted for this I’d be walking through the produce aisle and get hit by a tomato,” he said.

Getting the boat is still not guaranteed because the federal grant has not been awarded.

The patrol vessel was the biggest ticket item in an additional $ …………… continues on Bellingham Herald

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Harford County Native Rossilli Joins Redmer Insurance Group

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Harford County Native Rossilli Joins Redmer Insurance Group
News from Baltimore Sun:

Redmer Insurance Group has named Caesar Rossilli, a Harford County native and Kingsville resident, personal lines manager.

Rossilli is a 17-year veteran of the insurance industry. At Redmer Insurance Group, he oversees the sale of personal lines insurance including auto, home, life, umbrella, recreational vehicles and boat policies.

Prior to joining Redmer Insurance Group, Rossilli served as regional insurance manager for Long & Foster Insurance Agency, Inc. Earlier, he held the positions of financial service representative and sales manager at MetLife and sales representative for Liberty Mutual Insurance Company. He also worked with Zurich Personal Insurance, holding a number of posts including marine claim supervisor for the international insura…………… continues on Baltimore Sun

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County prosecutor won’t pursue manslaughter charge against builder of boat in …

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

County prosecutor won’t pursue manslaughter charge against builder of boat in …
News from HeraldNet:

LAKE STEVENS — Prosecutors have declined to file charges against a King County man who police believe knowingly sold an unsafe boat that capsized on Lake Stevens two years ago, killing a woman.

Snohomish County deputy prosecutor Ed Stemler said Tuesday that there wasn’t enough evidence to prove that the boat maker was criminally liable.

If the case had gone to trial, it apparently would have been the first time a Washington product manufacturer faced criminal charges for a product linked to a death, legal experts say. Nationwide, such cases are rare.

Still, the boat maker, Philip G. Warnock, 67, of Covington, is well known to consumer protection advocates. Warnock has a long history of running businesses in ways that draw consumer ire and government rebuke, records show.

The Snohomish County sheriff’s detective who investigated the Lake Stevens capsizing believes that Warnock showed crimi…………… continues on HeraldNet

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Boat reported destroyed after Hurricane Katrina shows up in Lee County

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Boat reported destroyed after Hurricane Katrina shows up in Lee County
News from The News-Press:

At first it looked like possible insurance fraud, but upon further examination it seems likely no one did anything wrong regarding the boat that recently turned up in Lee County.

The boat’s original owner reported it as a total loss after it was destroyed in Louisiana during Hurricane Katrina. Lee County deputies were told the owner’s insurance company paid a $ 6,000 claim on the boat. Now the insurance company is wondering how the boat ended up registered to someone living in Lee County.

“Nobody really did anything intentional,” Lee County Sgt. Stephanie Eller said.

The insurance company never removed the damaged boat from the owner’s property, so the owner finally gave the boat to some friends free of charge, Eller said. The friends registered the boat, fixed it up and took it to Lee County – where deputies located it at Burnt Store Marina.

“It looks like it may end up being a civil issue and not criminal at all,” Eller said.

Earlier…………… continues on The News-Press

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Pender County News & Notes

Monday, August 15th, 2011

Pender County News & Notes
News from Beef certification class; boating safety class; A … – StarNewsOnline.com:

Published: Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 11:52 p.m.
Last Modified: Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 11:52 p.m.

Register for beef certification class

BURGAW | The beef industry’s Beef Quality Assurance program was created in 1987 to assist beef producers in raising, feeding and harvesting high-quality beef. The current program is based on an initial certification followed by recertification every three years.

The process starts with a class that covers the main points of BQA from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Agricultural Building, 801 S. Walker St.

The fees for the program are $ 15 for N.C. Cattlemen’s Association members and $ 40 for non-members, which includes one-year membership.

For more information, call the Pender County Cooperative Extension at 259-1235. Pre-registration is required by 3 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15.

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