Thursday, November 8, 2012

FEMA Center Closed "Due to Weather"

From: Sarah T.
Sent: November 8, 2012
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: FEMA Center Closed "Due to Weather"

If I recall correctly, one talking head said last night that zerobama’s “concern and federal response” helped to defeat Romney.  What a crock.

Robin Hood should afix this sign with a flaming arrow to the front door of Castle White House – and perhaps to Chris Christie’s front door for gushing over the The Usurper’s ‘support’.

The better prepared a locality is to deal with such emergencies itself, the less it will have to depend on such responses from The Clerks of FEMA.

The blogger thinks not much about FEMA – the hyper link below takes you to a blog entry on the recovery effort.



Staten Island: FEMA Center Closed "Due to Weather"

Photo: DNAinfo
FEMA continues to live down to my expectations. From DNAinfo:

A FEMA disaster recovery center in a Hurricane Sandy-ravaged corner of Staten Island that was supposed to provide shelter, food and assistance to hurricane victims Wednesday morning went MIA, posting a sign saying that they were closed due to the approaching nor'easter.

The front doors of the disaster recovery center, which is housed inside the Mount Lorretto Catholic Youth Organization, were unlocked, but there was no staff anywhere in sight for at least a half an hour.

A set of buses which served as a pair of warming centers at the site for the past several days were missing, according to non-FEMA volunteers who continued to hand out supplies from a nearby building despite the storm.

Volunteers at a nearby donation distribution center said the buses vanished on Wednesday.

“FEMA packed up and left,” said Louis Giraldi, 47, a volunteer handing out cleaning supplies to victims.

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