A congresswoman from Tampa has shaped her personal process pressure to assist displaced households arriving from Puerto Rico.
- Activity Pressure on Puerto Rico Restoration and Help shaped by Rep. Kathy Castor
- Group held first assembly Thursday
- Group comprised of greater than two dozen faculty, metropolis, county leaders
Rep. Kathy Castor shaped the Process Drive on Puerto Rico Restoration and Help, comprised of greater than two dozen faculty, group, metropolis and county leaders. The group held its first assembly on Jan. eleven.
Members of the duty pressure stated probably the most vital problem dealing with displaced households is housing. Many households are additionally battling the language barrier and discovering jobs.
“There are lots of people who got here from Puerto Rico who need assistance and have to start out once more,” stated group organizer Jeannie Calderin, who attended the duty pressure assembly.
Rep. Castor confused the necessity for funding to assist those that are displaced. She stated the present administration is just not doing sufficient to assist.
“If these households cannot get on their ft, we will find yourself paying an entire lot extra,” Castor stated.
Because the storm, there have additionally been complaints about an excessive amount of governmental purple tape to get assist. Castor stated she needs to assist set up a middle for Puerto Rico Catastrophe Aid in Tampa the place households have one place to go for help.