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Supes Ask State to Intervene in Insurance Case

The Nevada County Board of Supervisors and the Grass Valley City Council are appealing to Sacramento so a local business can get their property insurance back. DeMartini R-V Sales lost their insurance in October, due to what the insurance company called a high fire risk, even though neighboring businesses were not zoned in a high insurance area. Supervisor Dan Miller says they’ve already sent protest letters to the insurance company‚Ķ

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Miller requested his fellow board members to send a letter to the State Insurance Commissioner…

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That request was unanimously approved. The Grass Valley City Council also approved a similar letter be sent to the state. Owner Tim DeMartini told KNCO last month that he believes the insurance company did not renew his policy because two R-V businesses were destroyed in the Camp Fire in Paradise.


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