"If you're not going to bring it, call and say we are not going to bring the trailer so I can make other arrangements."Hatch has no idea when she'll ever get to call her house a home again. "I'm assuming they're having meetings with people in the phone banks in the mornings coaching them what to say and tell people to brush them off," Hatch said. FRANCISVILLE- Freshly cut grass and nicely manicured parking lots are things you'd expect on public property.
She immediately took care of it, but tonight she still has no trailer."The man told me it would be ten days at the most," Hatch said.Lavone Hatch never imagined the house she's lived in for 45 years would flood.But, when it did, she went through the proper steps to try to get temporary housing. "I applied on the 28th of September for a FEMA trailer," Hatch said. I have called every day since then and when I call I am speaking to different people every time and getting different answers every time."Initially, Hatch recalls FEMA reps telling her to pull up her shrubs in front of her house to make way for the MHU.BATON ROUGE- If you are currently waiting for a FEMA Mobile Housing Unit, you might have a bit longer to wait.
Emails obtained by the WBRZ Investigative Unit appear to show the program is out of inventory.