FEMA Formaldehyde Trailer Claims Office

FEMA Formaldehyde Trailer Claims OfficeToday’s ride took me through the CBD and over toward Mid-City via Tulane Avenue. Tulane is only a couple streets uptown from Canal, but it feels so, so much different. I snapped lots of pictures, of Charity Hospital, windows still blown out  and the place pretty much abandoned as LSU plans to build elsewhere; of a church that looks like it has just been bombed; of the courthouse just on the other side of Broad with the saying “The Impartial Administration of Justice is the Foundation of Liberty” etched on the top. That sentiment is absolutely true, but reading it in the context of this town and the neighborhood that courthouse is located in just seems a little too much. I then turned on Jeff Davis and again on Canal and the neighborhood had a totally different feel.  I took this picture of the Formaldehyde Trailer Claims Office at Canal and Bernadotte because it seemed so incongruous, this lovely rebuilt house still marked by the storm. Because all those FEMA trailers some folks eventually got? Yeah, they were poisonous. So people can go to this place to make claims, on the state, I suppose, for redress of the injustice that just keeps on giving. It was that kind of ride today.

2 thoughts on “FEMA Formaldehyde Trailer Claims Office

  1. Change?
    After wasting billions, FEMAs recovery along the Gulf Coast region communities resemble the aftermath of Sherman’s march to the sea. FEMA and other Federal agencies remain accountable for knowning exposing hundreds of thousands hurricane survivors to the dangers of long term exposure to the toxic chemical agent formaldehyde.
    The FEMA players who committed this assault have been rewarded; while many survior’s face serious heath risk and a uncertain future.
    Thanks you, to the attorneys who have had the courage to take on FEMA’s injustice.

  2. CORRECTION should have read “unaccountable” as in this text.

    Change?
    After wasting billions, FEMAs recovery along the Gulf Coast region communities resemble the aftermath of Sherman’s march to the sea. FEMA and other Federal agencies remain unaccountable for knowingly exposing hundreds of thousands hurricane survivors to the dangers of long term exposure to the toxic chemical agent formaldehyde.
    The FEMA players who committed this assault have been rewarded; while many survivor’s face serious heath risk and a uncertain future.
    Thanks you, to the attorneys who have had the courage to take on FEMA’s injustice.

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