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Notice of Position Opening; Part-Time Library Clerk: FILLMORE CITY JOB OPENING   Fillmore City is accepting applications for a part-time Library Clerk.  Work week is 19 hours; however, hours may vary depending on workload.  Starting wage $15.00 - $17.00 per hour and is based on experience and qualifications.  Position includes a variety of routine to complex library duties.   Requires a high school diploma.   Must have excellent computer and organization skills; be extremely proficient in oral and written communications, general library practices, receipting, and customer relations.    Job description and application available at the Fillmore City Office or Millard Fillmore Library, 75 West Center; or on the city website .   Submit completed application, resume, and three references to city office or email to .   Open until 10:00 a.m., Friday October 6, 2023.  Applicants must consent to a background check and drug testing.  Fillmore City reserves the right to reject any or all applications.   Fillmore City is an Equal Opportunity at-will employer.


Flood Risks Increase After Fires

“For more information about flood insurance, please call your insurance agent or contact the National Flood Insurance Program Center at 877-336-2627.  Visit the National Flood Insurance Program at to learn more about flood risk and flood insurance.  Quick NFIP Facts:  By law, there is generally a 30-day waiting period from the date of purchase until flood insurance coverage takes effect with very few exceptions.  Referred to as the Post-Wildfire Exception, the standard 30-day waiting period does not apply to new policies if, at the time of your flood loss, all of the following criteria are met:  1.  The covered property experiences damage caused by flood that originated on federal land.  2.  Post-wildfire conditions on federal land caused or worsened the flooding.  3.  The policyholder purchased the policy either: (a) Before the fire containment date; or during the 60-calendar-day period following the fire containment date.  For purposes of the Post-Wildfire Exception, the federal agency responsible for the land on which the post-wildfire conditions existed determines the fire containment date.  The Post-Wildfire Exception of the 30-day waiting period is determined on a case-by-case basis at the time of loss using the above criteria.”