Many storm victims in Texas are still without a home nearly three-and-a-half months out from Harvey. But there are some positive signs that housing will soon be on the way. What looks like hundreds of trailers and RVs are lined up at Chase Field, a former naval air station in Beeville.
A lot of those homes are mission ready, meaning once they get the green light, they will be distributed to households in need.
Jerry Canchola, a Rockport resident, hopes to get one of those manufactured homes soon. His home was destroyed during Harvey.
“Well I’m homeless right now, so it’d be helpful,” Canchola said. “I hope I get one of those so it’d be a new beginning to have a place.”
The trailers are stationed at Chase Field before they are handed over to Harvey victims in the area. However, some storm victims are frustrated with how long the process is taking. Now that Christmas is around the corner, that frustration has grown.
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