Four years after Florence, Williams joins American Flood Coalition on tour of areas battered by storm

Four years after Hurricane Florence battered southeastern North Carolina, Brunswick County Commissioner Frank Williams joined other local officials on a tour of ongoing resilience projects throughout Southeastern North Carolina. The tour, organized by the non-partisan American Flood Coalition, visited Boiling Spring Lakes to view the site where Florence destroyed the dams that created the lakes.…

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Brunswick Family Assistance Food & Supplies Distribution Sites for week of Oct. 1

Brunswick Family Assistance will be distributing food, water and other emergency supplies (diapers, toiletries and other household products) to those affected by Hurricane Florence at the following locations this week: Oct. 1 Waves of Praise, 9 East Boiling springs Road, Boiling Spring Lakes, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Oct. 2 Soldier Bay Church, 3905 Whiteville…

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Insurance Commissioner Causey announces Victim Assistance Center in Brunswick County on Tuesday, Oct. 2

Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey announced that more Victim Assistance Centers are planned for areas impacted by Hurricane Florence in eastern North Carolina. The Department’s VACs will operate in conjunction with the N.C. Division of Emergency Management’s Disaster Recovery Centers in Bolivia and New Bern. The Victim Assistance Centers will allow residents the opportunity to get…

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Florence Response & Recovery – #BrunscoStrong

Hurricane Florence left her mark on Brunswick County. Numerous families lost everything they owned due to devastating, unprecedented flooding. Others saw significant damage to their homes due to toppled trees. First, I’d like to talk about the response effort during the storm. Our County staff, emergency services personnel, Sheriff’s Office, fire departments, and municipal staffs…

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Curbside Recycling Collections to Resume Monday, Oct. 1

Waste Industries will resume curbside recycling collection Monday, Oct. 1. All curbside recycling routes will resume their normal schedule. Any extra recycling should be placed beside the bin in a small open box or personal container. These items should NOT be bagged; bagged items will not be collected.

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