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FEMA Daily Fact Sheet - Navigating the Road to Recovery
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is in the process of accepting bids for the removal and disposal of storm debris throughout Columbus County. Once the bid process is complete, contractors will begin picking up Land Clearing Inert Debris and Construction and Demolition Debris after November 7, 2018. Residents on state maintained roads must place their materials on the NCDOT right of way for pick up. Trees and limb materials must be piled separately from the construction materials or the items will not be picked up. Please contact 910-641-3953 for more information.
Disaster Recovery Center will be relocated on Monday November 5, 2018 to the Columbus County Farmers Market at 132 Government Complex Road, Whiteville, NC 28472 hours will be from 9am – 6pm.
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