Rates expected to rise for insurance
by Alan Reed
Jul 04, 2007 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Homeowners in the three de-annexed subdivisions of Apache Heights, Cherokee Hills and Wyandot Village could see their homeowners’ insurance policy premiums climb significantly after being removed from city limits, according to insurance agents.

A key factor in the price of insurance policy premiums is the proximity to fire protection. As a part of the city, emergency responders dispatched fire trucks from the Cadiz Fire Station at 41 Main Street- less than a mile away. Now that the three subdivisions are no longer a part of incorporated Cadiz City limits, firemen would be dispatched from the Montgomery Volunteer Fire Department at 215 Hammond Lake Road, nearly two-and-a-half miles away.

Read more about the increase to insurance rates in your new Cadiz Record.
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