Governor Pat McCrory has declared Dec. 11-17 as Winter Weather Preparedness Week and is urging North Carolinians to plan, prepare and be ready for potentially dangerous winter weather.
The Disaster Recovery Center in Edgecombe County has closed and will reopen in a new location to better serve disaster survivors. The new location will be announced soon.
When homes are flooded and lives are upended, treasured keepsakes such as photos, artwork, quilts and family heirlooms become more cherished. Although they may have been damaged in the flood, these treasures may be salvageable.
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement on Congress including Hurricane Matthew assistance in its Continuing Resolution.
If you were affected by the floods after Hurricane Matthew and have questions about legal issues such as home repair contracts, working with contractors, replacing wills and other legal documents that were lost or severely damaged, you now have access to a toll-free legal aid hotline.
If you are a North Carolina homeowner, renter or business owner with flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program there’s still time to gather the information you need to file a Proof of Loss for your damaged property.
When homes are flooded and lives are upended, treasured keepsakes such as photos,artwork, quilts and family heirlooms become more cherished. Although they may have been damaged in the flood, these treasures may be salvageable.
As North Carolinians repair or rebuild their homes damaged by the flooding that followed Hurricane Matthew, FEMA and home improvement stores in Cumberland, Onslow and Dare counties have teamed up to provide free information, tips and literature on making homes stronger and safer.
Governor Pat McCrory’s Hurricane Matthew Recovery Committee held its fifth and final regional meeting today in Lenoir County, during which the governor officially called for a special legislative session scheduled for December 13.
Survivors of the flooding that followed Hurricane Matthew should make or solidify a plan to move from temporary accommodations to more permanent housing as part of their recovery.