By Jay Siebold
This month marks the one year anniversary of Hurricane Matthew beating down on North Carolina. One of the towns hit the hardest was Princeville, a predominately African American community. It’s been flooded by hurricanes twice in the last two decades.
Now, a team from UNC is leading the recovery effort to restore hundreds of unlivable homes. They’re trying to strike a balance between preserving its history and creating new safeguards.
Jay Siebold reports.