Quentin Shaw of Laurel Hill missed four days of work at the Kordsa plant in Scotland County because of Hurricane Florence. On Monday, Oct. 8, he filed for disaster unemployment assistance from the state of North Carolina in hopes of trying to get back some of the salary he missed out on.
Quentin Shaw of Laurel Hill missed four days of work at the Kordsa plant in Scotland County because of Hurricane Florence. On Monday, Oct. 8, he filed for disaster unemployment assistance from the state of North Carolina in hopes of trying to get back some of the salary he missed out on. Zachery Eanes zeanes@newsobserver.com
Quentin Shaw of Laurel Hill missed four days of work at the Kordsa plant in Scotland County because of Hurricane Florence. On Monday, Oct. 8, he filed for disaster unemployment assistance from the state of North Carolina in hopes of trying to get back some of the salary he missed out on. Zachery Eanes zeanes@newsobserver.com

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