Wilmington, N.C. – North Carolina Senate Education Committee co-chair Michael Lee (R-New Hanover) and state House Education Committee co-chair Craig Horn (R-Union) held a press conference Monday to announce plans to introduce legislation at an upcoming special session to provide relief to school systems and teachers affected by Hurricane Florence. Continue reading “N.C. Education Leaders Announce Relief Plans for Schools Affected by Florence”
Tour includes Anson, Bladen, Columbus, Craven, Cumberland, Duplin, Harnett, Lee, Pender, Richmond, Robeson, Union, and Wayne counties
Raleigh, N.C. – North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) continued conducting assessments of Florence’s devastation with state legislators and local officials across North Carolina on Tuesday and Wednesday. Continue reading “Speaker Continues Florence Flood Assessments With N.C. Legislators”
Raleigh, N.C. – North Carolina lawmakers received another update on the impacts of Hurricane Florence on Tuesday from Secretary Mandy Cohen of the state Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and officials from the Emergency Management Division (EMD) and Department of Transportation (NCDOT). Continue reading “Over 1,100 N.C. Roads Remain Closed, Lawmakers Hear in Florence Briefing”
Expresses support for waiving missed school days, tapping record reserve
Raleigh, N.C. – State House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) continued touring eastern North Carolina on Tuesday to assess the damage of Hurricane Florence with state officials and colleagues from the North Carolina House of Representatives. Continue reading “Speaker Continues Tours of Florence Damage, Discusses Legislative Relief”
I joined Spectrum News North Carolina from New Bern to talk about the ongoing response to Florence here and long recovery ahead.
Posted by NC Speaker Tim Moore on Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Emergency, transportation, and health officials also provide update
Raleigh, N.C. – Members of the North Carolina General Assembly received a legislative briefing on widespread flooding after Hurricane Florence from state Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler and officials from the state Emergency Management Division, Department of Transportation, and Department of Health and Human Services on Monday at 2:30 p.m. Continue reading “N.C. Agriculture Commissioner Troxler Briefs Lawmakers on Florence Flooding”
Flash flood warnings have reached the Charlotte region and I spoke to Spectrum News North Carolina about the developing impact of Florence and the importance of staying safe as the storm continues to move west across our state.
Posted by NC Speaker Tim Moore on Sunday, September 16, 2018
Continued flooding limiting road access to New Hanover County
Hundreds of roads closed as flood levels fluctuate, ferry from Morehead City may be alternate route to reach Wilmington
Raleigh, N.C. – State lawmakers held a fifth phone briefing regarding now-Tropical Depression Florence on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. with Department of Transportation Secretary Jim Trogdon, State Health Director Dr. Elizabeth Tilson and representatives of the Emergency Management Division.
Continue reading “Flooding May Force Officials to Supply Wilmington With Ferries, N.C. Lawmakers Hear in Sunday Florence Briefing”
Out of state travel on I-95 being detoured completely around North Carolina
Officials urge people to stay off the roads, not return to most evacuated regions
Raleigh, N.C. – State lawmakers held another conference call briefing on Tropical Storm Florence with Governor Roy Cooper and officials from North Carolina’s Emergency Management Division, Department of Transportation, and Department of Health and Human Services on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Continue reading “Florence Briefing for N.C. Lawmakers Saturday Focused on Flash Floods, Travel Hazards and Traffic Detours”
Transportation Secretary Trogdon says flooding expected to stretch from the coast to Mecklenburg and surrounding counties
Raleigh, N.C. – Legislative leaders received a briefing on Hurricane Florence’s landfall from representatives of the state Emergency Management Division, Secretary Jim Trogdon of the state Department of Transportation and Secretary Mandy Cohen of the state Department of Health and Human Services at 2:30 p.m. on Friday. Continue reading “Lawmakers Briefed on Florence’s Landfall and Flood Predictions on Friday Afternoon”