"Those who attend can ask questions and those who didn't understand the programs will have a chance to hear the information as a group," Dail said.
Representatives from many different organizations and agencies including
Members of the audience asked questions regarding how to pay for rent while they have been displaced, as well as what their
"I will speak with you one on one because that answer will be on, a case by case basis," one
A buyout will be offered by the state along with house raising and a Hazard Mitigation reconstruction.
"There is a pre-application program that can get you started, but there is no guarantee," Dail said.
After the audience had finished with their questions, officials were on hand to speak with residents as well as review accounts and lead those in need in the right direction.
In regards to the buyout many residents had questions if they would be eligible for the buyout if they had already taken funds from
State representatives along with
Officials have also said to keep receipts from any reconstruction or rental assistance during the recovery process because they could be reimbursed until the buyout is provided.
"Anyone going through a recovery keep your documents," one
A regional Hurricane Matthew Recovery Committee Meeting will be held in
Later that evening at
Although the disaster recovery center is closing, the deadline for
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