Matters Under Review
MUR

Matters Under Review (MUR). When victims of disasters question why.

When rules, guidance, process, laws and procedures are put in place that are described as helpful but the victims of the disasters see no help we need to review the rules, the process, the laws and the procedures and question why they are in place. Matters Under Review are issues experience by disaster victims that are specific to rules, laws, guidance, procedures of disaster recovery.

  • Louisiana Disaster Victims 2016 Floods are requesting Data Feed information from SBA as it may contain errors
    Murray 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.

  • Louisiana Disaster Victims identify SBA formula to calculate the ability to repay impossible to reach
    Murray Wennerlund

    When Louisiana disaster victims look for help from FEMA they expect to be treated fairly and equally. But when FEMA told thousands of disaster victims they had to apply for SBA loans it was at that point homeowners became victims of federal departments

  • Louisiana Retirees are taking the fight in front of the Restore Task Force with proof the system is flawed.
    Murray Wennerlund

    Hundreds of Louisiana families are fighting our states Office of Community Development over the Duplication of Benefits determination policy that our state currently has in place.

  • Louisiana Homeowners Assistance Program Task Force are shown the SBA Loan Process Flow
    Murray Wennerlund

    To be declined a loan from the SBA you have to fail the pre-screening or not own a home basically. Once you score any any one point you are approved for an SBA Loan. You only have limited options to Withdraw and once you sign your closing you are approved

  • Restore Louisiana Task Force Meeting July 13th 2018 Waivers Policy Clarification Vote Requests and Assistance
    Murray 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.

  • The SBA Offers 61 reasons to say No to a loan. The State of Louisiana knows only one word and that is DENIED.
    Murray Wennerlund

    Contractors hired to train CDBG-DR state employees for HUD are not aware of SBA policy which allows misinformation to spread. The worse enemy of a disaster victim is a poorly trained Office of Community Development Disaster Recovery Unit.

  • Restore Louisiana Homeowners Assistance Program Task Force members have access to HUD approved DOB policy.
    Murray Wennerlund

    Louisiana homeowners have asked the director of Restore Homeowners Assistance one simple question. What is our states DOB policy and why is a SBA Loan counted against me when I didn't take the money and I have a letter from SBA that reads Loan Canceled?

  • Louisiana Homeowners Assistance Program Task Force will be asked to agree to policy, law, and word definition
    Murray Wennerlund

    Just one day from the July 13, 2018 Louisiana Homeowners Assistance Task Force meeting and a new wave of waivers and vote request comes 5 talking points that will be verbally presented to the Louisiana Homeowners Assistance Task Force House Committee Rm 5

  • Louisiana Homeowners Assistance Program Task Force gets brief from public over statutory and regulatory issues
    Murray Wennerlund

    We the people of Louisiana have heard all about this big SBA fix. We might believe you if you start following the active fixes currently in place. We call your attention to laws and regulations that our Senators Kennedy and Cassidy worked to get us all.

  • What it means to be Low and Moderate income families in declared disaster zones in the USA and Territories.
    Contributor

    More specifically, what does it mean to rebuild with next to nothing leaving you dependent on federal and state agencies that seem not to understand the urgency of the matter.