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Joyce Waldie, in the purple raincoat, and several of her neighbors who also are seeing an increase in fire insurance, pose for a photo near a fire hydrant that is within walking distant of Waldie's home, Tuesday.

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Joyce Waldie, in the purple raincoat, and several of her neighbors who also are seeing an increase in fire insurance, pose for a photo near a fire hydrant that is within walking distant of Waldie's home, Tuesday.

Currituck resident sees red after fire insurance hike

By Cindy Beamon

The Daily Advance

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CURRITUCK — Currituck resident Joyce Waldie said her last fire insurance bill was a shocker.

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slow

I may be a little slow, but isn't it better to pay $340.00 per year for five years, in lieu of a minimum of $550.00 per year for ever, except that it will go up.

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