Colony Cove residents still trying to get hurricane relief from FEMA (FL)

More than a month and a half after Hurricane Irma damaged many homes in the Colony Cove development in Ellenton, residents are still looking to get help from FEMA. Debbie Tucker, a resident whose roof was severely damaged is spearheading an effort to get answers from FEMA. She says only a few homeowners got help from FEMA while countless others claims have been denied.     Read the article……………….

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