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Beaufort County Government Declares a State of Emergency

   Beaufort County is under a declared State of Emergency due to the imminent approach of Hurricane Irene. Beaufort County commissioners declared a State of Emergency, which was signed by Chairman Jerry Langley, at the special called meeting of August 25, 2011. A copy of the Declaration can accessed by clicking here.

    Some low-lying areas will be under mandatory evacuation, while the entirety of Beaufort County is under voluntary evacuation. A more detailed list of areas under mandatory evacuation will be forthcoming.
Hurricane Irene's position as of 1:00 p.m., August 26, 2011.



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