Thats just great you go ahead and build your home below sea lavel and get your flood insurance/ When you get washed out next time build again , I dont care. You are right I dont know much about Louisianna, but I am learning, I know the Mayor of New Orleans is an idiot and so is the Governor of Louisianna., the police are corrupt,and so are the Democrat politicians there. I also know that the odds finally caught up with them and they got hit by a hurriccane they had been warned against for years. So go ahead build again in the same spot and pray another hurricane doesnt hit you next year. If you think thats a smart move , who am I to object?
Start moving now, avoid the rush.
Maryland Disaster Aid Tops $1,000,000
Release Date: October 20, 1999 Release Number: 1303-22
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OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- More than $1 million in individual disaster assistance has been provided to victims of the severe storms and flooding caused by Hurricane Floyd, September 16 through 20, according to state and federal disaster recovery officials.
Officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) report that assistance totaling $1,021,427 has been approved for families and individuals. Individual Assistance includes programs to help pay rent for alternate short-term housing, to meet necessary expenses and serious needs, and to help homeowners make minimal repairs to make their homes livable.
Almost 1,800 flood victims have already registered for federal disaster assistance. State of Maryland Coordinating Officer, Dave McMillion, urged Maryland residents who haven't yet registered to call the FEMA toll-free number, 1-800-462-9029. People with hearing or speech impairments may call (TTY) 1-800-462-7585. Registrations may be made between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., EDT, daily, until further notice.
"The sooner people apply, the quicker we can get them some help," Federal Coordinating Officer Curt Musgrave said. "The goal of this disaster operation is to get people on the road to recovery as soon as possible."
Eleven Maryland counties have been declared eligible for individual assistance disaster programs. They are Anne Arundel, Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Charles, Harford, Kent, Queen Anne's, Somerset, St. Mary's, and Talbot.
While you are at it, clean up your politics.
Thats just a quick search, I am sure you know a lot more of the political corruption in Maryland. Facts are disasters happen everywhere, corruption is everywhere and you are really reacting ignorantly to a disaster.
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