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El Niño Special Report: A Noozhawk partnership with Montecito Bank & Trust, Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care, Cox, Frank Schipper Construction Co, Servpro, and the American Red Cross
Flood insurance generally covers buildings and the contents inside them, typically up to $250,000 for a residential structure and up to $100,000 for personal belongings.
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El Niño: Insurers Warn Flood Coverage Isn’t Included in Most Homeowners Policies

With more winter rainstorms possibly on the way, homeowners and renters advised to plan ahead for home and business protection
 

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