FEMA Outreach Teams Return To N.C. To Meet With Isabel Victims
Posted April 14, 2004
RALEIGH, N.C. — More help could be on the way for victims of Hurricane Isabel.
Community outreach teams
from the National Flood Insurance Program begin a four-day visit to Hyde and Pamlico counties Wednesday.
Teams are meeting with flood insurance policyholders who want a review of their claims. It is a chance for the residents to make it known whether they think their settlements were fair.
The outreach teams will be available from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. at the following dates and locations:
Fire House, 5224 Sladesville Credle Road, Scranton
Hyde Davis Business Enterprise Center (former Davis School), Room 6, 33470 U.S. 264, Englehard
Fire House, 25 Oyster Creek Road, Swan Quarter
Pamlico County Courthouse, Board of Commissioners Room, 202 Main St., Bayboro