Insurance firm stays in contact with customers
Post Insurance in Port St. Lucie is holding regular business hours to accommodate customers by phone or email.
“We believe strongly in the personal relationships we have with you as a customer,’’ said owner Kathy Post. “However, at this time, we ask you to please avoid in-person visits to the agency unless it is absolutely necessary.’’
Post said customers can use remote methods to conduct almost every service to:
• Request a Quote
• Request Policy Service and Changes on your Personal or Business Insurance
• Make Payments
• Get help with Billing Questions
• File a Claim
“We can meet face-to-face over video-conference for those desiring personal contact,’’ Post said. “You can sign documents electronically and make e-payments over the phone.’’
Laura (Riding) Jackson House closed
The Laura (Riding) Jackson Historic House on the Mueller Campus of IRSC in Vero Beach will be closed until further notice. Call 772-569-6718 for updates.
The Laura (Riding) Jackson Foundation's annual Poetry BBQ scheduled for April 5th has been cancelled.
SLC Appraiser’s Office closed
The St. Lucie County Property Appraiser’s Office closed serving the public in person on Monday.
“The safety and well-being of our professionals and the community is of the upmost importance, said Property Appraiser Michelle Franklin. Our office will still be able to assist property owners over the phone and through our website. However, our doors willnot be open to the public in person.’’
Taxpayers can call the office at 772.462.100 or visit www.paslc.org to file for exemptions online.
Boys & Girls Clubs events canceled
Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County is postponing two upcoming events because of the COVID-19 outbreak. Fishing for Futures scheduled for April 4, and BGCSLC’s 25th Anniversary Celebration, scheduled for Friday, April 24 is also postponed until further notice.
Buggy Bunch programming postponed
The Buggy Bunch in Vero Beach, which provides assistance to mothers in need, is postponing all programming through March 30. The diaper closet remains open, by appointment only, and the organization is encouraging individuals to donate diapers, wipes, and formula to help us meet the increased needs of moms during this time. Contact [email protected] or call 772.226.0066.
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