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Remember Chinese Drywall? By Michael D. Shaw Remember Chinese Drywall? A few years ago, I wrote several stories on the matter of tainted and corrosive Chinese Drywall, including this one. Basically, thousands of people in several states were victimized by the effects of certain drywall products, which emitted a variety read post
Furniture retailer Rooms to Go is donating $12,000 worth of furniture to four Belmont Heights families whose homes are blighted with toxic drywall. The families were told they will each receive a $3,000 store voucher at a Hillsborough County Commission meeting today. They had been stuck for nine years living read post
Both U.S. House of Representatives and Senate to take up short-term funding bill, which includes $1.25 billion for Louisiana disaster assistance, in the next few days Dec 08,2016 – Vitter Announces CR to Include More Than $1.25 Billion for Louisiana Flood Victims Both U.S. House of Representatives and Senate to read post
Tampa council wants developer of Belmont Heights homes marred by Chinese drywall to pay compensation. Even as a rescue plan to rehab four government-subsidized homes marred by Chinese drywall gets under way, the Tampa City Council wants to go after the company that built the development. Council members recently told city read post
Working with the Acadia Parish volunteer fire department. Federal aid won’t be enough cover-vast-flood-damage. Gov. John Bel Edwards hoped to get $4 billion in flood aid from Congress, but Louisiana is almost certainly going to come up short of that. President Barack Obama requested only $3.15 billion in November to read post