Lee County Commissioners seek solutions to FEMA’s rule against trailers in flood zones

LEE COUNTY, Fla. — Lee County Commissioners said they want FEMA to work faster to help people whose homes were destroyed by Hurricane Ian. But FEMA said there is a reason why they have not approved trailer requests. Although the debris might be picked up off the curb for many, residents are still trying to pick up the pieces of what Hurricane Ian left behind. “I’m shocked to learn that 66 days after landfall, FEMA hasn’t placed a single trailer, and they only have 11 trailers in processing to help the more than 12,000 residents who have applied for housing,” Commissioner and

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