$386,000 Grant To Help With Unmet Needs Of Hurricane Matthew Victims

Johnston County has received a $386,000 grant to help victims of Hurricane Matthew from October 2016.

The funds are from the NC State Disaster Recovery Act Grant which will be used to supplement the unmet needs of families most severely impacted by the storm’s flooding last year.

The money will go towards rehabilitation projects of low and moderate income homeowners. Properties selected for funding include homes on:
Noah Road, Benson  $50,000
East Ridge Drive, Four Oaks  $52,000
Highway 50, Garner $87,000
Stewart Road, Four Oaks $40,000
Williford Road, Princeton $10,000
Princeton-Kenly Road, Princeton $60,000
Richardson Bridge Road, Princeton  $77,000
S. College Avenue, Kenly $10,000

No county matching dollars are required for the grant funds.

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  • I seent it

    That’s it? It’s been how long?
    Government is garbage. You take millions from Johnston County in taxes every year, and you do it in a timely manner. But when it comes time to provide disaster relief, suddenly it takes a while for money to get to where it needs to go.
    Taxation is theft.

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  • I seent it

    That’s it? It’s been how long?
    Government is garbage. You take millions from Johnston County in taxes every year, and you do it in a timely manner. But when it comes time to provide disaster relief, suddenly it takes a while for money to get to where it needs to go.
    Taxation is theft.