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Florence Recovery News

 

   Henk Ovink, the world's only water ambassador, was in Washington, DC recently to talk about 
 eastern North Carolina and recommendations for flood relief design.  Check out  the video for
 more on Mr. Ovink's  ideas for reducing or eliminating storm surge and flooding
 during future hurricanes.
















Click on the icons or links below to visit our FEMA, SBA and City of New Bern hurricane information pages.

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Deadline is December 13 for
Individual Assistance (IA).
It's November 16th for Public Assistance
(PA, for government entities & nonprofits).
www.DisasterAssistance.gov



Deadline is December 13
 for physical property damage 
& June 14, 2019 for 
economic injury.
DisasterLoan.SBA.gov




Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr issued the following statement regarding North Carolinians who are applying for federal disaster assistance:

“We’ve recently heard stories of North Carolinians who were denied federal assistance for losses associated with Hurricane Florence. Our offices are now requesting additional information from FEMA and local officials to get a better sense of specifics surrounding these reported cases. While not every North Carolinian who suffered property damage will be eligible for federal assistance, we want to make sure everyone who is eligible for assistance receives it. We encourage any North Carolinian having issues with their application for federal assistance to contact our offices by calling 704-509-9087 (Tillis) or 336-631-5125 (Burr).”