Macon County Shelter In Disrepair After Flooding

One Macon County family resource center is continuing to put the broken pieces back together, following freezing temperatures over the Christmas weekend that hit Western North Carolina causing issues with water, electricity and travel across the region. At the REACH domestic violence shelter a sprinkler system pipe burst causing flooding throughout the facility and extensive damage. There isn’t a timeline yet for when the 10-bedroom shelter will be fixed, but REACH says phonelines are still open for people who need help. The project is a multiple-phase process and construction has not yet started.

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