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Oklahoma Insurance Board to Visit Calera

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CALERA, OK - The storm that blew through Calera a few weeks ago, causing major damage, is just about cleaned up.  But some are having trouble with their insurance.  The Oklahoma Insurance Board is holding a meeting on Tuesday of next week for anyone with complaints about their home owners insurance and how they're handling claims about storm damage.

We want to encourage anyone that's having issues with their insurance to attend," said Butch Scalf, Calera EOC Director.  "Get their questions answered.   They want to make sure that the insurance companies, homeowners insurance companies, are living up to their contracts."

The town of is still cleaning up from that storm.  They're mainly getting broken limbs down from trees and cleaning up curb sides.