Brandywine Bay – Post Florence Update #6

Brandywine Bay – Post Florence Update #6


Hello Brandywine!

Contractors are busy clearing the debris off the main roads. They started at the Hwy. 70 gate and are continuing west along Lord Granville. In order for these folks to work safely, they must barricade the road as they move along from house to house. This is laborious work and we appreciate your patience during this process. If entering or exiting via the 70 gate, it is advisable to take the longer route around Lord Granville and Brandywine Blvd. until further notice. In the interest of safety and time, the contractors will be removing most of the debris you have placed in front of your homes. Some leaves may be left at this time and will be cleared as soon as possible, although any help you can give in clearing away and disposing of minor debris would be greatly appreciated, particularly if you have a drainage pipe in the front or back of your property.
As most of you have probably already noticed, the mosquitos are HORRIBLE! We have notified the county that we would like extra spraying, but phone calls from individual residents may speed up their response time.
Lastly, for anyone who might need it, FEMA has opened a Disaster Recovery Center in Morehead City.  Here are the details as provided by Carteret County Emergency Management:

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will open a Disaster Recovery Center on Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 12:00 PM to accept applications for assistance from Carteret County residents affected by Hurricane Florence.

Please have the following information ready when you apply:
 Social Security Number
 Address of the damaged home or apartment
 Description of the damage
 Information about insurance coverage
 Telephone number
 Mailing address
 Bank account & routing numbers for direct deposit of funds

Applicants must register online at or by phone at (800) 621-3362 prior to visiting the center to complete the application process.

The Disaster Recovery Center is located at:
Carteret County Health Department
3820 Bridges St. Suite A
Morehead City NC 28557

The center will be open at 12:15 pm on Sunday, September 23, 2018 and daily thereafter from 9 AM – 7 PM until further notice.
Please continue to be careful and stay safe, and please continue to let us know as questions or concerns arise.

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