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News Archives for October 2012
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Markell Ends State of Emergency For Sandy

Date Posted:Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
Categories:  Office of Governor Markell

Gov. Jack Markell Wednesday afternoon ended the declared state of emergency for Hurricane Sandy.

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Insurance Commissioner Stewart Announces Extended Office Hours to Provide Assistance for Consumers Post-Hurricane Sandy

Date Posted:Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
Categories:  Insurance Commissioner

Delaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart announced that she will extend office hours to better assist consumers with storm-related questions or problems.

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As Storm Cleanup Begins, Biden Reminds Delawareans to Be Aware of Home Improvement Scams

Date Posted:Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
Categories:  Department of Justice Fraud Press Releases

Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden issued a warning to Delawareans today to remain vigilant against scams artists attempting to defraud homeowners in the aftermath of “Superstorm” Sandy. As residents assess damage to their homes and property and begin the clean up process, Biden stressed the importance of awareness in protecting against potential frauds associated with home repair services.

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Free Test Kits Available for Private Wells

Date Posted:Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Categories:  Public Health

The number one public health priority after a flood is safe drinking water. Delaware Public Health (DPH) reminds Delawareans to make sure your water is safe before drinking and bathing.

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Post-Storm, Gov. Markell Removes Level 1 Driving Warnings

Date Posted:Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Categories:  News Office of Governor Markell

With Hurricane Sandy passed and damage assessment and recovery underway, Governor Jack Markell removed the Level 1 driving warnings across the state as of 5 p.m. Tuesday, though he warned the public to remain cautious of closed and flooded roads in some parts of the state.

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