Ocracoke Interfaith Relief & Recovery Team’s second annual public meeting is at 6 p.m. Thursday (June 9) at in the Life Saving Church and live streamed on the OIRRT Facebook page.

The official agenda is below, and the meeting will review the following:

Grant funding received/administered and spent

OIRRT’s upcoming preparations for hurricane season/emergency plan.  

At the end, attendees will have the opportunity to discuss preparedness concerns in the community.

OIRRT is a nonprofit, long-term recovery group formed on Ocracoke after Hurricane Dorian hit in September 2019. It works with Hyde County, North Carolina emergency management and multiple faith-based organizations to conduct the Dorian recovery effort.

It’s been almost three years since Dorian and 90% of the damage has been rebuilt, though rebuilding will continue until October.

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