FEMA Homes Find a Home

My San Antonio reports from Little Axe, Oklahoma, that manufactured housing that represented a failed response to Hurricane Katrina has been very well accepted by American Indian tribes, some of whom are in desperate need of decent, affordable housing.  The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) originally had them constructed at a cost of $20,000 to $45,000 each, but many of them had high levels of cancer-causing formaldehyde, leading the government to trash most of them.  Although no one is known to have gotten sick, the manufactured homes were stored unused, 19,000 of them at the Hope, Arkansas, airport.  So far, almost 2,000 have been distributed to different Native American tribes, and more have been requested.

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