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Housing remains the most critical issue facing Mississippi, according to a progress report Gov. Haley Barbour released Aug. 29 (on the third anniversary of Hurricane Katrina).
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Thanks for the note on housing issues. It's too bad that more people couldn't buy the campers they got from FEMA, though many, I understand, don't want to live in campers.
That opens up campers to others looking for inexpensive housing. FEMA has put their Hurrican Katrina campers up for sale and they may be a very good deal for some people. But a bad deal for others.
Here's an article that may be helpful for people looking for campers for sale really cheap
MikieD re: used motor homes |
June 14, 2009 at 08:22 PM
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