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Ida housing help moving too slowly – New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-10-19 09:28:00 –

Louisiana House leaders have provided intense criticism of Governor John Bel Edwards’ temporary housing program for people with severe housing damage from extratropical cyclones. Rep. Tanner Maggie accused the effort on Monday of being too slow to help the suffering population. Maggie is a Republican who lives in the devastated Terrebonne parish. He wrote to Edwards Secretary of Homeland Security James Wascom, outlining his dissatisfaction with the program announced by the Governor on October 4. Wascom’s office says the state has purchased more than 1,100 temporary trailers for Aida victims. By noon on Monday, people lived on 13 trailers.

Louisiana House leaders have provided intense criticism of Governor John Bel Edwards’ temporary housing program for people with severe housing damage from extratropical cyclones.

Rep. Tanner Maggie accused the effort on Monday of being too slow to help the suffering population.

Maggie is a Republican who lives in the devastated Terrebonne parish. He sent a letter to Edwards Secretary of Homeland Security James Wascom, outlining his dissatisfaction with the program announced by the Governor on October 4.

According to Waskom’s office, the state has purchased more than 1,100 temporary trailers for Ida’s victims.

By noon on Monday, people lived on 13 trailers.

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