September 30, 2005

Meanwhile back at FEMA.

It's business as usual.

After Hurricane Katrina left hundreds of thousands of people homeless, the Federal Emergency Management Agency signed contracts for more than $2 billion in temporary housing, including more than 120,000 trailers and mobile homes. But the agency has placed just 109 Louisiana families in those homes.

Don't hold your breath if you're one of the people waiting for those homes.

Via NY Times.

Posted by Magpie at September 30, 2005 10:50 AM | US News | Technorati links |
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