Example Cases
Rants

Disaster Rants, get it out, it's part of your recovery.

We have many politicians that ignore rants from their people. We have officials in the system that shut down once they feel the people are just ranting or when to many complaints are voiced about issues. It's important to have a rant or two or three after a disaster. If you don't feel taken advantage of, mistrust, ignored, alone, you've never been in a disaster.

  • HUD Grantee state of Louisiana denies Retiree Reimbursement for reconstruction for not following HUD policy
    Murray Wennerlund

    HUD Grantee the State of Louisiana denied a retiree any reimbursement for rebuilding their home to city and parish codes regarding Base Flood Elevation months before the HUD Grantee LRHAP released policy and guidelines for reconstruction of flooded homes.

  • Full repair reimbursement plus SBA payoff leaves many Low to Moderate income families with nothing
    Writers Pool

    Louisiana Task Force made up of individuals that represented the people voted last Friday, July 13, 2018 to hold 683 million in HUD CDBG-DR funds until Congress and HUD allow funds to be granted to SBA Disaster Loan recipients.

  • Louisiana Homeowners Assistance Task Force steps beyond bounds of all past Task Force members of any disaster
    Contributor

    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.

  • Louisiana Flood Victims fear losing HUD CDBG-DR Grant funds if they speak out about the Restore.LA.Gov Program
    Contributor

    Its 2018 fear and ignorance of what state employees can and can not do fills the hot humid air here in the state of Louisiana. You've seen the pictures, the piss po southern sitting in a chair on an old porch that looks like it's about to collapse.

  • Why some states will never learn how to handle disasters.
    Supervisor

    Rebuilding your states infrastructure each time it is damaged by storms makes your state a real storm chaser. Don't plan ahead and build a resilient infrastructure. Wait for the next big one to rip your state apart then go begging for money to rebuild.

  • 3,800 homeowners can not finish disaster repairs because of one state employee ignoring one HUD directive.
    Contributor

    So many in Louisiana are suffering because of one person and a small group of people called the Restore Louisiana Task Force. It is one person that doesnt know advising a group of people that arent being told the truth. Waste and Mismanagement.

  • Beware of investors that pose as builders.
    Writers Pool

    Try not to lose your home and your property to an Investor that doubles as a Builder or Contractor. Do your research before signing a contract and question everything on the contract.