Mitigation after Hurricane Isaac

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Mandeville, La., Sep. 10, 2012 -- Daniel LLargues, a FEMA PIO talks to Steve Martin, a homeowner in the old section of Mandeville, La. Martin's home suffered water damage when Hurricane Isaac pushed water into his yard.  The Martin's lost electrical power but their home was saved because it was elevated.  FEMA is working with local, state and other federal agencies to provide assistance to homeowners who want to raise their homes to the current recommended height of at least 12 feet above the ground.  Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA
Mandeville, La., Sep. 10, 2012 -- Daniel LLargues, a FEMA PIO talks to Steve Martin, a homeowner in the old section of Mandeville, La. Martin's home suffered water damage when Hurricane Isaac pushed water into his yard. The Martin's lost electrical power but their home was saved because it was elevated. FEMA is working with local, state and other federal agencies to provide assistance to homeowners who want to raise their homes to the current recommended height of at least 12 feet above the ground. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA - Location: Mandeville, LA
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