I am sorry if the title of this post sounded a bit rude, but I don't know if there are cliques on this forum or not, because it only seems that some people get answers to their posts, and others get ignored completely.
During the beginning of the summer, I lost my house and most of my belongings to a major flood. This flood left thousands homeless, and caused billions of dollars in damages to my city. For a few weeks, the town didn't have any drinking water or a working sewer system. Below is a link to a picture of my neighborhood during the height of the flood. My house is the blue one.
Fortunately, my house is able to be repaired, but it is going to take thousands of dollars, and many months to complete. We had four feet of water on our main floor. We had to gut our whole house due to black mold, replace all of our floors, electrical wiring, furnace, and many other things. So we had no other options but to take out a second mortgage on our house in order to pay for the damages which hit close to $70,000. Our plan right now is to stay in one of the Fema trailer group sites until our house is liveable again. Unfortunately, those group sites are not yet complete, and winter is approaching. They were supposed to be complete by the end of August-beginning of September at the latest, but due to delays they are not complete yet. They have started moving people into the first group site that are currently staying in homeless shelters. The first group site is supposed to be completely done by the end of this month, and the second site shortly after. But in the meantime, my mom was nice enough to let my family and I stay with her until we are able to move into the Fema group site. I am very grateful to her for taking us in when we had no where else to go, however we have been here since June, and tensions are running high and it is crowded. I really miss having a place of my own. According to Fema, everyone will have a trailer by the end of this month. But with their current track record, I will believe it when I see it. The pictures below are of the group site locations. Please keep in mind that these are old pictures before they broke ground, and do not show any of the construction that has taken place.
This first picture is the location of the first Fema group site. It is located on 55th St. SE. It will be the first group site to be completely done.
Below is the second Fema group site location. This is not a picture of the exact area of the site, but it is a short ways down the gravel road that this picture is looking towards. It is located on 42nd St. NE
My questions are very simple ones, but ones that are very meaningful to me especially being that at this point I have no home to call my own, and I have three children to take care of. I would like to know if I will be moving into the location at 55th St. or the location at 46th St. I would also like to know approximately how long I will be waiting until I am able to get a Fema trailer, and if I will be happy there.
Here is a picture of me.