FEMA is spending millions each month for so-called advisors whose job is supposed to be keeping up with Katrina evacuees. Those evacuees, numbering over 4,000, are still living in what’s called “temporary housing.” Not only is the federal government paying for the housing but there is another major expense each month and that is the cost of the evacuees’ advisors. The monthly cost is in the millions and FEMA won’t say what the total costs are. I’m not sure all of this is a waste of taxpayers’ money, but I suspect there is lots of waste here. The question is, what are these folks doing to earn their money?
Source: Associated Press
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