Flooding causes persistent damage to South Estes Drive (NC)

As the water retreated, the Town of Chapel Hill public safety teams allowed residents of Camelot Village and Brookwood Condominiums on South Estes Drive back into their homes, but some of the Camelot apartments, like West’s, were uninhabitable.    Read the article…………


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