Tuscaloosa County Receives FEMA Homes

Following up on an article we published here May 20, the Tuscaloosa News says eight Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) homes have been delivered to Tuscaloosa County following the devastating tornadoes of April 27, and are being sited at a community outside the city limits.  Over 250 FEMA homes have been approved by FEMA for use in the state, and more may be coming to Tuscaloosa County if needed.  Tim Tyson, FEMA spokesman, said the first priority is to find rental housing for the victims of the twisters.  “Manufactured housing is the last resort, but, for some, it’s the only option,” he said.

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