OIA staff members have completed assessments of all vacation rental properties. Guests who were scheduled to check in between 10/8/16 and 10/10/16 to a vacation rental that is able to be occupied immediately following the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew have been contacted. Guests who were scheduled to check in during this same period to a property that is currently not able to be occupied based on assessments will be contacted starting tomorrow. Any guests who will be heading to the Caswell Beach, Oak Island or Southport areas this week should continue to monitor road conditions throughout North Carolina before beginning their trips (https://apps.ncdot.gov/newsreleases/details.aspx?r=13121) . Roads leading to the area may be impassable as rivers begin to crest. According to The Weather Channel “though the rain ended on Sunday, and it should remain dry for many days ahead, rivers will still be rising in some locations or remain high. That could lead to additional record flooding at some gauges.” The Oak Island Accommodations office will be operating under normal business hours beginning tomorrow.
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