April 7, 2021

Day: April 7, 2021

The Day – Norwich City Council considers Business Master Plan District regulations

Norwich — Residents had their first chance to comment Monday on a proposed zoning regulation that would allow a Business Master Plan District to be created on 100 or more acres in the city, with farmland in the rural Occum area being eyed as a possible site for a second business park.

The City Council public hearing on the zoning regulation was part of the first in-person City Council meeting in more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The council serves as the city’s zoning board.

The Business Master Plan District was proposed by the Norwich Community Development

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MLB All Star Game boycott ‘crushing’ for Atlanta small businesses

Georgia businesses are speaking out against Major League Baseball’s (MLB) decision to punish the state’s new voting law by moving the All-Star Game from Atlanta to Denver, saying the league’s decision to move the All-Star Game to Colorado was “crushing.”

Tudy Rodney of Rodney’s Jamaican Soul Food in Atlanta told FOX 5 Atlanta’s “Good Day Atlanta” on Monday that the move by the MLB was “crushing.” Rodney’s restaurant

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Regulator Deems Florida-Based American Capital Assurance Corp. Insolvent

After negative moves by ratings agencies last month to address its financial issues, Florida’s insurance regulator says American Capital Assurance Corp. (AmCap) is insolvent and should be placed in receivership,

In a letter dated April 2 to Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis, Florida Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier said the Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) has determined that grounds exist for the “initiation of delinquency proceedings” against AmCap. Included in the letter is a consent to order of receivership signed by AmCap “in which it admits that is insolvent.”

The Florida-based insurer, which focused on commercial residential and non-residential property risks,

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