"The Federal Emergency Management Agency said Thursday that it would accelerate efforts to get victims of hurricanes Katrina and Rita out of government-supplied trailers after tests showed that the temporary residences contain unhealthy levels of toxic formaldehyde."
Friday, February 15, 2008
FEMA trailers toxic, tests show - Los Angeles Times:
Monday, February 04, 2008
Straus Newspapers - West Milford Messenger - Volunteers make a difference in New Orleans:
"As of Jan. 18, Helping Hands has had 14,797 volunteers put in 418,063 volunteer hours. They have gutted 1,115 homes and 810 elderly apartments. Exterior painting has been done for 49 homes and yard work completed for 202 units. Thirty-four homes are under construction and 19 have been completed."