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.
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Why some states will never learn how to handle disasters.
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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.
You spend countless hours researching disaster recovery for the citizens of your state. You research your state leadership and it's workforce on all matters associated with disaster recovery. You make it your concern to help others by providing much needed information. You take all disaster recovery issues facing homeowners today and make them your Matters Under Review. If this sounds like you, visit Matters Under Review (MUR) for more information.
Did your state inform you that you qualify for federal assistance only to later deny you assistance based on state created policy or procedure? Is your home listed as being in one of the most impacted areas? Do you have proof your state accepted you into the federally funded HUD CDBG-DR grant program? Contact us about your experience.
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