Editorial: A cleanup mess - Worthington Daily Globe
Editorial: A cleanup messWorthington Daily GlobeThe impression we've gotten, though, is that these instructions have sometimes been inaccessible, unclear or both which in turn slows down efforts to get things done efficiently as well as correctly so that FEMA money be received. At the end of.
Sandy survivors should watch for bad contractors - The Journal News | LoHud.com
Sandy survivors should watch for bad contractorsThe Journal News | LoHud.comFEMA recently issued a bulletin on simple steps survivors can take to protect against fraud and ensure they're dealing with honest people. (See box). The Journal News obtained a list of all licensed home improvement contractors who have been cited.and more »
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