Important Disaster Preparation Information

It’s that time of year again when the threat of a hurricane making landfall in North Carolina becomes part of our lives. We thought we would take this opportunity to share some important information that you will need in the event of an emergency.

If anyone has any problems with damage to public records at their offices, please call us as soon as you can for any advice or assistance. If you get water in your building, you have 48 hours before mold grows. You must act quickly. If you wait a month, there will be little we can do to assist you.

Contact Information:

Becky McGee-Lankford. Head, Government Records Branch.

work: (919) 807-7353, home: (919) 544-0659, cell: (919) 612-0488.

becky.mcgee-lankford@ncdcr.gov

Sarah Koonts. Director, Division of Archives and Records.

work: (919) 807-7339, home (919) 303-7413, cell: (919) 244-5944.

sarah.koonts@ncdcr.gov

Tom Vincent. Supervisor, Local Records Unit.

work: (919) 807-7364, home/cell (919) 510-8376.

tom.vincent@ncdcr.gov

Some online resources:

State Archives of North Carolina May Day

Conservation Online Disaster Resources

American Institute for Conservation Resource Center

Northeast Document Conservation Center Resource Center

Please don’t hesitate to call us if you have questions.

Hurricane Fran, 1996. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

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