Legislators for New York’s coastal areas, where property insurance is in short supply, told an agents group they met with that they will focus lawmaking efforts on measures to improve their districts’ insurance marketplaces, an official of the organization said.

Steve Zogby, chairman the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of New York, said that at the meeting Wednesday in Albany between state senators and assembly members and 200 agents, the legislators from Long Island and the southern part of the state said they were “very concerned and want to concentrate efforts on improving the coastal market for insurance.”

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