NHMC Calls for Reauthorization of National Flood Insurance Program

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National Multifamily Housing Council
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Working from his group, Jason Cohen Pittsburgh, Jason Cohen consults with clients on making investments in multifamily housing and other types of properties. Apart from responsibilities at his Pittsburgh group, Mr. Cohen supports the National Multifamily Housing Council.

In solidarity with the National Apartment Association (NAA), the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) recently called for Congress to pass legislation to reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), sending letters to both the Republican and Democratic leaders of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs

In a joint statement, the groups commended the committee for holding hearings on the issue, which represents the first step in the reauthorization process. In particular, they stressed the importance of the program to apartment complexes, whose owners often have access to flood insurance only through the NFIP. In addition to reauthorization, the two groups asked legislators to consider reforming the program in order to modernize FEMA flood maps and include insurance coverage for businesses whose operations are interrupted by disastrous floods.

To read the statement in full, please visit NHMC.org.

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About the Pittsburgh Animal Rescue League Shelter and Wildlife Center

 

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Jason Cohen is a Pittsburgh-based business owner in the real estate sector. He also operates a group, Jason Cohen Pittsburgh, which provides real estate-focused consulting services to other investors seeking to acquire real estate. Known for being pet friendly, his company is a proud supporter of the local Animal Rescue League Shelter and Wildlife Center (ARL).

Operating for more than 100 years, ARL is dedicated to helping companion animals and wildlife in the greater Pittsburgh area. It operates under an open-door policy, meaning that no animal in need is ever turned away. In this way, ARL is able to care for upwards of 13,000 animals each year.

ARL operates a Wildlife Center in addition to its shelter for companion animals. The center cares for injured, orphaned, and sick wild animals until they can be rehabilitated and released into the wild. Caring for almost 4,000 animals annually, the center is able to release healthy animals at nearly twice the national average rate.