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Team to assess flood damage Tuesday

Post Date:07/08/2013

News Release from Orange County, NC

ORANGE COUNTY, NC (July 8, 2013)—Orange County announces that representatives from the U.S. Small Business Administration (USSBA), NC Emergency Management, and Orange County Emergency Services in conjunction with the Town of Chapel Hill and Town of Carrboro will conduct a joint assessment of the most affected areas of Orange County, to determine the magnitude of damage from the June 30, flooding.

The assessment will take place on Tuesday, July 9, 2013. The findings of the joint survey will determine whether there have been sufficient uninsured /underinsured losses to homes and or businesses to request a USSBA Disaster Loan Declaration, offering low interest loans to qualified applicants.

For more information, please call Orange County Emergency Services at 919-245-6135.


Media Contact
Captain Darshan Patel
Emergency Management Coordinator
Phone: 919-245-6135
Cell: 919-332-3782

ORANGE COUNTY, NC (July 8, 2013) — Orange County Emergency Services is announcing the assessment team will gather at 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 9, behind the Wells Fargo in the University Mall parking lot in Chapel Hill.

Media interviews can be conducted either prior to the start or following the completion of the damage assessment (9 a.m. or 1 p.m.). The media will be allowed to follow the team during the assessment, but interviews will not be allowed at that time.

For more information, please call Orange County Emergency Services at 919-245-6135.

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