Hudson Surveys Florence Damage in Moore County, Provides Constituents Resources

September 25, 2018
Hudson Surveys Florence Damage in Moore County, Provides Constituents Resources
ROBBINS, N.C. – Today, U.S. Representative Richard Hudson (NC-08) released the following statement after traveling across the eighth district and stopping in every county to meet with Emergency Management officials and other local leaders, learn more about response and recovery efforts, and talk with constituents in shelters. On Saturday, Rep. Hudson was briefed on emergency response efforts and surveyed storm damage in Robbins, pictured below at the town’s water treatment facility. Rep. Hudson previously visited the community and met with Moore County Emergency Management officials on Sunday, September 16. 
“My wife Renee and I are heartbroken to see the devastation from Hurricane Florence, and we will continue to pray for our state,” said Rep. Hudson. “The massive amount of rain and flooding in Moore County caused several roads to shut down and damaged a lot of homes. I have been monitoring recovery efforts and the flooding in the county – particularly in the Vass area – and I’m very concerned. I will continue to work with state and local officials to ensure we have what we need to rebuild.”
State Rep. Jamie Boles, Rep. Hudson, County Commissioner Otis Ritter, Mayor Lonnie English, and Town Manager David Lambert.
The district includes Cumberland, Hoke, Moore, Montgomery, Stanly, Cabarrus and Rowan Counties. He has been working closely with local and state partners to ensure our community has the resources necessary to rebuild. In addition, constituents of North Carolina’s eighth district can find important information, including emergency resources and contact information, here.
As of yesterday evening, Moore County’s federal Disaster Declaration has been approved. Anyone with a home damaged by Florence in any county is encouraged to begin the FEMA registration process by calling 1-800-621-FEMA to register via telephone or by visiting to register online.
As always, if constituents need help resolving an issue with a federal agency or finding the right resources, they can call Rep. Hudson’s Cabarrus County office at 704-786-1612, his Cumberland County office at 910-997-2070, his Moore County office at 910-246-5374 or visit
For more information from state agencies, go to Follow N.C. Emergency Management on Twitter and Facebook for the latest information.
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