FEMA sets up Wilmington office to help with Irene questions

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- FEMA has set up a Disaster Recovery Center to aid New Hanover County residents who still have questions and concerns about federal assistance in the wake of Hurricane Irene.

The center is for anyone who would like questions answered face to face, or for folks without access to a telephone.

The offices at 230 Government Center Drive, Suite 127-38 in Wilmington will be open from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. through Tuesday. The center is closed on Sunday.

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Government waste at its very best.....Not enough damage in this area to bring the government into it. Deal with your insurance companies.

I thought the SAME exact thing...along with the thought that some bureaucrat got his unemployed SISTER or BROTHER a job, one where the joker is allowed to sit and play with their smartphone all day...because NO ONE knows they are there, no one cares, no one has any questions, no one had any damage, there are no FREEEEEEEBIES, so no one is going to call or stop by FEMA office.

Way to go, geniuses!
obama and the congress, they JUST DO NOT CARE or Understand what they are doing WRONG. And, they are doing EVERYTHING wrong.