FEMA is reaching out to people in Bertie County whose lives were impacted by the serious flooding there in early October.
More than 20 inches of rain fell in Windsor in one week in late September, resulting in the Cashie River overrunning its banks. The river crested three feet below the level achieved during Hurricane Floyd.
At the meeting Thursday, FEMA officials will explain in detail the process of applying for assistance and will help Bertie citizens with completing the required paperwork and forms.
The meeting is Thursday at Bertie County High School in Windsor at 7 p.m.