Many still struggle to restore their homes and lives
While some Middle Tennesseans have largely recovered from the devastation of May 2010, the battle is ongoing for hundreds of others.
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#1 May 1, 2011
Why is it taking so long to pay these people for the homes the city was "suppose" to buy? Why is it taking so long to tear down the houses they already bought? Why is it taking so long for people to get insurance money and FEMA money they were promised to get? Why can't people that lost their homes and businesses get loan and settlements from banks and insurance companies?
Why are the same people still in danger of loosing their homes in another flood?
WHY IS TENNESSEE SO SLOW TO TAKE CARE OF IT'S CITIZENS????
It didn't take the Governor long to give his Cabinet members raises. It didn't take long for Torrence to get his check for never showing up to work.
TO ALL PEOPLE THAT ARE THINKING ABOUT BRINGING THEIR BUSINESSES TO TENNESSEE ESPECIALLY NASHVILLE GIVE THAT A SECONS THOUGHT. Poor schools, corrupt government, rising crime rate and a state that doesn't take care of it's citizens.
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