HOUSTON, Texas (KRIV / AP) - The Harris County Director for FEMA says the federal disaster agency is looking for unique ways to house the tens of thousands of people whose homes were damaged or destroyed by Harvey.
Tom Fargione said Thursday that FEMA hasn't discounted any ideas because the housing problem is so big.
He says the first priority is getting people out of shelters and into some other form of temporary housing.
FEMA's use of mobile homes following Hurricane Katrina became an issue after unhealthy formaldehyde emissions were detected in the trailers.
Fargione says the agency has trailers in stock and has ordered more, but that they aren't necessarily the best solution.
He says people need to register with the agency to start the process of getting federal help.
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