An historical archive of the year of the great flood.


  1. when you call FEMA and tell them your house is ready to be inspected after it had been deemed inaccessible during our first meeting it then becomes an “inaccessible inspection” for ME or possibly another inspector in the days to come to go inspect (i will tell them not to send anyone else that drives a caddy)
  2. thank you for your patience.
  3. if you’ve gotten a denial letter prior to meeting for the first its most likely due to the answer you gave when applying
  4. i will be there early in the morning leaving golden @ 6 and will be there accordingly
  5. “mountain strong”

Comment from Steve:

Regarding a denial letter, Scott did not say, but the implication I get is to call FEMA and try to correct whatever may be inaccurate. I don’t see how anyone would know what question was inaccurate so you probably should review all the answers to make any needed truthful corrections.

The number is (800) 621-3362. Nancy and I have called them several times and the people on the other end have been helpful and friendly. However, they do not all seem to be equally knowledgable. If you are not satisfied with the way it’s going I would suggest calling back.

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