One year after Matthew, Fayetteville continues to struggle with recovery

Nearly one year after Hurricane Matthew ripped through North Carolina, destroying homes and washing out dams, Fayetteville city leaders continue to struggle with a plan for recovery.  Freddy Rivera, president of the Rayconda Homeowner’s Association, said two of the subdivision’s privately owned dams were washed out by Hurricane Matthew.  The city quickly replaced the earthen dam on Siple Avenue with a culvert because it was the only way in and out of the subdivision for emergency vehicles.     Read the article………………..


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