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  • Lack of affordable housing slows recovery from Hurricane Matthew in Robeson County

    Video: Months following Hurricane Matthew, Robeson County residents work to rebuild their lives. A single mother looks for affordable housing. A flood damage contractor renovates homes, and a hotel owner assesses the damage to his business.

Video: Months following Hurricane Matthew, Robeson County residents work to rebuild their lives. A single mother looks for affordable housing. A flood damage contractor renovates homes, and a hotel owner assesses the damage to his business. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Video: Months following Hurricane Matthew, Robeson County residents work to rebuild their lives. A single mother looks for affordable housing. A flood damage contractor renovates homes, and a hotel owner assesses the damage to his business. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

Nearly $500 million still needed to rebuild from Hurricane Matthew, state says

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