/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/OIALogo212-300x752.png 0 0 Oak Island Accommodations /wp-content/uploads/2016/08/OIALogo212-300x752.png Oak Island Accommodations2018-09-23 22:26:092018-09-23 22:26:09OIA Staff Makes Great Progress on Property Assessments, Emails to Incoming Guests Out Early This Week
9/23/18 Post Florence Update 10:20 p.m.
The Oak Island Accommodations staff made great progress this weekend on property assessments. Guests who were scheduled to check in yesterday or today through this coming weekend should watch their inboxes for a message coming early this week with further updates.
Things are trending in the right direction for our office to be able to welcome visitors back soon. Here are some of the updated conditions:
– The Town of Caswell Beach’s mandatory evacuation for visitors is set to expire tomorrow, September 24, 2018.
– Brunswick County’s curfew ends tomorrow , September 24, 2018.
– Brunswick County government reports that “water service has been restored to all areas of the Brunswick County Public Utilities distribution system, including Boiling Spring Lakes and River Mist. A system pressure advisory [boil water advisory] remains in place for the areas of Southport, St. James, Boiling Spring Lakes, Caswell Beach, the Long Beach Road area and the George II Highway area until further written notice.
– The Town of Oak gave a sewer update today that notes sewer is still OFF in these areas:
— SE 54th – SE 57th
— Along E. Pelican from intersection of SE 54th to SE 58th (boring contract has damaged main on one of these SE streets)
— Along E. Beach from SE 52nd to SE 58th (area eastward of beach washout – working to get road restored)
Crews have been working in these areas through the weekend.
Along the streets from NW 3rd to NW 13th, and along West Yacht Dr. between NW 3rd and NW 13th, sewer is on, but we are having a few issues in this area. Please use the sewer system sparingly. Crews are also working in this area.
– Brunswick County will be discontinuing its food distribution sites as of today as grocery stores have been able to restock their shelves and supplies are coming into the county again.
Thank you for your continued patience as we work to open our doors after Hurricane Florence.