Why did FEMA deny that claim? Uh, that mold was there before the storm (MS)

The Diamondhead Country Club and Property Owners Association wanted $1,079,150 to dredge Paradise Bayou and canals.  FEMA: Denied. The Country Club and POA facilities do not serve the public.  A review of a database provided by the Associated Press found $35,084,472 in denied claims for public assistance money — money to rebuild roads, schools and other infrastructure — that were appealed in Mississippi. FEMA then granted $13,548,242 but denied $21,536,230.   Read the article……………

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