FEMA cuts off almost 1,800 Puerto Ricans from housing assistance

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) moved Friday to end housing assistance for nearly 1,800 Puerto Ricans who survived Hurricane Maria last year. CNN reported that the people had lived rent-free in hotels in Puerto Rico as well as in the continental United States. Though the program was originally designed to only last two weeks, it has been extended several times. “After 10 months of providing emergency shelter through Transitional Sheltering Assistance (TSA), FEMA is ending […]


Source: Real Estate

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