Re: FEMA Trailer Auction No Good Says Chair Homeland Securit
Posted by johncodie on 1/14/10
Curious as to why your reference comes from the insuance
industry's haven for remediations firms. Who else would like
to give the approval of properly remediated trailers. Mr
Thompson would probably perfer the plan to evict families
still livig in these trailers because the monies went to the
container ship port in Gulfport and use that port to take
those trailers families in desperately trying to even find
their next bottle of water. Considering the magnitude of
devestation unacceptable levels of mold or outgassing from a
travel trailer did not even appear as a headline from your
source. It does however make news in Bennie's Hometown.
That town just happens to be under a state of emergency from
weeks of not having safe drinking water.
Color does'nt matter, I don't even know why you bring up the
subject; unless you want to brag about the fact your
university would not let Earl Woods (Tiger's Dad) play
baseball there when he played at Kansas State. Neigher
would any of the other white players.
Don't know why you continue to push your mold remediation
agenda when it is not even news worthy.
On 1/13/10, Sharon wrote:
> WASHINGTON--(ENEWSPF)--January 13, 2010. Today, Rep.
> Bennie G. Thompson, Chairman of the House Committee on
> Homeland Security, released the following statement
> regarding news that mobile homes and trailers from
> Hurricane Katrina are being auctioned by the Federal
> Emergency Management Agency (FEMA):... The mass disposal
> of these trailers through public auction is troubling.
> Although marked with legal disclaimers, it is no secret
> that these trailers may contain mold, formaldehyde and
> other potentially hazardous substances. A legal disclaimer
> will not prevent harm to a child who inhales formaldehyde
> or mold.
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