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Rating is up and costs could go down

Businesses around Great Bend may see a break in bills in the coming year, thanks to hard work and planning by the Great Bend Fire Department.
Fire Chief Mike Napolitano reported this week that the city has improved in its Insurance Service Office Public Protection Classification Rating.
What that long title boils down to is this, there are industry standards that reflect accomplishments in public safety and when the community reaches important accomplishments in key safety areas, there are benefits in business property insurance rates.
Great Bend has reached that point.
Napolitano explained that the new rating was reached following ...

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