WATCH: State Rep. Randy Fine, Mayor Paul Alfrey Hold Town Hall at Melbourne City Hall to Discuss Property Insurance
By Space Coast Daily // May 13, 2022
event will be held in the City of Melbourne Council Chambers on East Strawbridge Ave.
ABOVE VIDEO: Florida State House Representative Randy Fine (R-Palm Bay) conduct a public town hall event on the issue of property insurance on Thursday, May 12, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Property Insurance Town Hall will be in the City of Melbourne Council Chambers at 900 East Strawbridge Avenue in Melbourne
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Florida State House Representative Randy Fine (R-Palm Bay) will conduct a public town hall event on the issue of property insurance on Thursday, May 12, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Town Hall will be hosted by Melbourne Mayor Paul Alfrey in the Melbourne City Council Chambers and will also include Senator Debbie Mayfield, State Representative Thad Altman, West Melbourne City Councilman John Dittmore and Brevard School Board Member Matt Susin.
Alfrey, Dittmore and Susin are all licensed insurance agents and will be sharing their perspectives. Alfrey also has the unique distinction of owning a roofing company.
”As the legislature prepares to return to Tallahassee this month to tackle the crisis in property insurance, I want to give my constituents from around Brevard County the opportunity to share their perspective with me, Senator Mayfield, and Representative Altman as we figure out how to tackle this complex issue,” said Fine.
Fine said he is grateful that local leaders like Mayor Alfrey, Councilman Dittmore and School Board Member Susin are willing to share their unique perspectives both as public servants and private businessmen.
“For me, this event will primarily be an opportunity to listen. This issue affects my family as much as it does yours – our own insurance has increased 66 percent in the past four years, and we have not even seen this year’s premium yet. We’ve also been on the other side of the issue, having had to spend years working a claim after our home was fatally damaged by a hurricane. Now we want to hear about your experiences and concerns.”
The event will be in the City of Melbourne Council Chambers at 900 East Strawbridge Avenue in Melbourne.
Members of the public who sign up to speak will each be given an amount of time, based on the total number wishing to speak, to share their perspective exclusively on this specific issue.