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FEMA CITY TRAILER STATISTICS:
-State of Florida, peak of 17,083 mobile homes leased after the 2004 storms.
-Charlotte County, peak of 2291 mobile homes leased.
-Fema City, Airport Road Site, peak of 551 mobile homes leased. –Source: FEMA
In 2004, a trailer park was set up in a field on Charlotte County, Florida, after Hurricane Charley destroyed buildings and homes. Over 2,000 people moved into 551 mobile homes and the park got the nickname “FEMA CITY.”
Once displaced, residents of Fema City found that returning to their homes and to normalcy would prove to be one of the greatest challenges of their lives. This powerful and educational documentary explores the issues created by a lack of affordable housing after one community is hammered by a natural disaster. It serves as a testament from lessons that can be learned about how we address emergencies to natural disasters on a massive scale beyond Charley and beyond Katrina.
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Upplagd i sortimentet: 3 Oktober, 2012