- Associated Press - Friday, October 31, 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma’s insurance commissioner says homeowners in eastern Cleveland County could soon be paying less for their property insurance.

Commissioner John Doak says the potential savings comes from improvement in the community’s Public Protection Classification.

The Insurance Services Office reviews fire prevention and fire suppression capabilities of fire protection areas on a scale of one to ten, with class one representing the best fire protection.

The state Insurance Department worked with the Cedar Country Fire Protection District to improve its classification. After helping the district prepare for its review, the district improved from a class nine to a class six.

Doak says it’s a significant achievement for the fire protection district. The district is planning an open house on Sunday at the main fire station in Noble to celebrate the accomplishment.

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