The Charlotte Observer - Wade Miller did everything he should have before and after Hurricane Irene. He pulled out the walls of his home in Merritt and used buckets of Clorox to clean and ward off mold. He called his insurance agent days after the storm and filed a claim under the costly flood insurance he’d maintained on his low-lying Pamlico County home since 1995. Still, five months after the storm washed through thousands of homes in this rural county flanked by the Pamlico and Pungo rivers, Miller is still camping out at his brother’s house, waiting for his home to be repaired. - Go To Story
Monday, February 27, 2012
 
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