- Sat. Oct. 20, 2018
- Restore LA Program Info Exchange (Private Facebook.Com Group, ask to join.)
- Homeowner - Contractor (For referrals via Facebook)
- Groups forming should have a moderator join our group to pull information to share.
Forming a group to help disaster victims? Not planning on profiting from disaster victims? Contact me to be added as a local resource in your declared disaster community. You must be very active and interact with people beyond a "Hello"
DR-4277 DR-4263 Louisiana Flood Victims request review of Task Force public comment policy and other issues.Writers Pool
Citizens request for assistance from HUD to review Action Plan Amendment 9 processing by the Louisiana Office of Community Development - Disaster Recovery Unit under the direction of Patrick Forbes.
Risk of Bankruptcy Hundreds of Louisiana and Texas families are regretting ever applying to FEMA and SBA.Murray Wennerlund
SBA continues to lower its minimum income levels. SBA during an 2018 audit by the Office of Inspector General identifies training the issue SBA offered loans to 2016 Louisiana Flood Victims that have no possible way of repaying the loan.
Louisiana Homeowners Assistance Task Force steps beyond bounds of all past Task Force members of any disasterContributor
Do you know how much authority your Louisiana Task Force has over your HUD CDBG-DR Disaster Relief grant funds? Quite a lot, according to the Action Plan Amendment 9 published in the Louisiana OCD-DRU website.Disaster Rants
HUD OIG report 2017 may offer a hint of a solution to the SBA Loan Declined still showing as DOBMurray Wennerlund
HUD OIG published its recommendations and HUD made its comments. But still today we are seeing thousands of low income families penalized for duplication of disaster recovery benefits that they did not receive and did not want to take.CDBG-DR
FACT CHECK FEMA Fact Sheet: Why should I return the SBA disaster loan application published by FEMAContributor
Get the facts about the SBA loan before you complete the application and sign the closing documents. You may be putting your disaster recovery in financial risk and you may be putting your home at risk if you can not make the payments required.FEMA
PLEASE VOTE NO on CLOSING our HUD CDBG-DR Program before HUD's ALLOWED Time Estimated to be 1-18-2023Murray Wennerlund
We ask that our Restore Louisiana Homeowners Assistance Task Force Members vote NO on ending our grant program as described by Director of OCD-DRU Patrick Forbes on 7-13-2018.
I respectfully request a copy of the shared agency data feed in my name.Supervisor
Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C.§ 552) and Privacy Act (5 U.S.C. § 552a) I declare, certify, verify or state, under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States of America, that the foregoing is true and correct.
Community leaders should start taking a stand against the SBA Disaster Loan Program and FEMA delivery sequenceMurray Wennerlund
When FEMA tells a low income family or a moderate income family to apply to the SBA FEMA is sending that family into debt burden beyond recovery. When you thought your disaster was bad, wait one year to see what applying for SBA loans will do to LMI
Louisiana Disaster Victims 2016 Floods are requesting Data Feed information from SBA as it may contain errorsMurray Wennerlund
The SBA data feed which is used by the State of Louisiana Office of Community Development to determine duplication of benefits may contain inaccurate information that is penalizing homeowners thousands of dollars and may disqualify them from HUD Grants.
Restore Louisiana Task Force Meeting July 13th 2018 Waivers Policy Clarification Vote Requests and AssistanceMurray Wennerlund
July 13th 2018 I will be reading for the Task Force 4 out of 6 proposals I have created designed to assist hundreds of Louisiana disaster victims capture more federal relief money that currently is being withheld as a duplication of benefits.