Hurricane Matthew Updates From NCDA&CS (10/19/16)

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This newsletter contains the daily situation reports from the State Emergency Operation Center for the Hurricane Matthew response. Please share this newsletter with other producers affected by the storm. To subscribe directly to this newsletter, please send an email to JoeWeb@ncagr.gov.

Updates

Call the NCDA&CS Agriculture Weather Emergency Hotline at 866-645-9403

Call 866-645-9403

Executive Order 110

Governor McCrory has issued Executive Order 110 regarding Hurricane Matthew’s impact on North Carolina’s schools. Click here for the full release.

Tax Relief for Hurricane Victims

On Oct. 11, the IRS announced tax relief available to individual taxpayers who have a business in a disaster designated county. Click here for a breakdown of the eligible counties and further information.

Flood Recession Table

Click here for the latest flood recession table (XLS). Please note that all recession timelines are projected, not actual. This is for situational awareness.


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Justin Moore, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionJustin MooreDirector of Marketing and Communications, NC State Extension Call Justin Email Justin Extension Administration
NC State Extension, NC State University
Posted on Oct 19, 2016
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