Protect Your Business Online – National Cyber Security Awareness Month

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month.  Our lives are driven by digital technologies, and there is no better time than now to ensure employees at your business are staying safe and being responsible while using the internet. More than ever, there is less separation between work and daily lives, which makes it important that everyone have shared…

Details

Deeley Insurance Group Announces Top Client Advisor – September 2018

Deeley Insurance Group is proud to announce Brian Dean, as their top Client Advisor for September. Brian is a Commercial Lines Client Advisor designing risk management plans to safeguard his client’s assets. Brian works with business owners to build insurance programs that not only fit their immediate needs but help their businesses grow. He specializes…

Details

New Maryland “Move Over” Law Started October 1st

Effective October 1st, Maryland’s “Move Over” Law expanded to include service vehicles.  According to the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), the law now includes transportation, service and utility vehicles and waste and recycling trucks with yellow or amber flashing lights or signal devices.  These vehicles join the list of previously protected vehicles, which include emergency…

Details

Delaware Receives Nearly $33 Million in Federal Funding for Infrastructure Projects

Good news for all!  The Federal Highway Administration’s annual redistribution has resulted in Delaware receiving an additional $32,995,605 in funding for infrastructure projects.  The funds were previously allocated, but not used by other states in that specific fiscal year.  According to DelDot, eligible projects are identified and it provides the ability for them to move…

Details

Talk Disaster Recovery with Your Municipality Before the Storm Hits

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is the support system for many after a disaster strikes, but this doesn’t apply for Community Associations.  While FEMA steps in to clean up debris within an affected area, it will not support disaster recovery within Community Association gates.  This puts the burden on the association residents.  According to the…

Details