first_img FEMA representative Pamela Saulsby says the Columbus County DRC in Whiteville was operating at the Columbus County Community Farmer’s Market.The new location opened at noon Thursday at the Econo Lodge on J.K. Powell boulevard.The DRC is located inside the continental room on the first floor, near room 1-30.Related Article: Couple helping with Florence recovery loses home in CA wildfireSaulsby says it is a one stop shop where representatives from FEMA and other organizations will walk you through the process of applying for low interest loans, temporary housing, and more.However, the DRC will not be open much longer.“Don’t sit on the fence and wait or let a deadline come and go,” said Saulsby. “It’s a very simple process to apply and once you’re in the system, we will work with you step by step to make sure that if you are eligible for any kind of assistance, that it comes your way.”Saulsby says the DRC will close December 5th.After that, you can apply online, over the phone, or at a other county’s DRC up until December 13th.She says after you have registered, make sure to keep following up with FEMA. WHITEVILLE, NC (WWAY) — Cold weather is affecting one Disaster Recovery Center in the Cape Fear.FEMA representatives had to change a location that was in a tent in Columbus County.- Advertisement – last_img

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first_imgAbout the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say Arsenal utility ​Maitland-Niles: How I get Aubameyang the ball…by Ansser Sadiq8 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal youngster Ainsley Maitland-Niles has spoken about his form this season, and the connection he shares with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.The England U21 star has already set up Aubameyang for two goals in the Premier League this season.And he mentioned how working on the timing of his runs have allowed him space to deliver quality crosses.”I only got two assists last season and I’ve got two already this season, which is a good start,” he told the club website.”Hopefully I continue with my assists and maybe create more opportunities to get my stats higher this season.”I worked on it a lot when I was younger because I used to play on the wing, so the timing of my runs is everything to me. “That’s what’s going to get me in on goal, that’s what’s going to get me behind the defence to either pass to someone else or to shoot on goal myself. It was very important for me to learn how to time my runs and create opportunities for others.” last_img

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