This is a federal staging area in Rocky Mount, North Carolina for survivors of Hurricane Irene, the housing mission. We receive these trailers, get notification from the gate guard, they come in there and we bring them right up in front of our work area where they are processed. When I get the paperwork from the driver we bring it in and we process it by inputting the information, the VIN, the barcode, the date, the time. Then, we create a new folder. That will be the folder that will go out with it, when it is dispatched to the applicant. We inspect the trailer on the spot, inside and out. We check for flat tires and any damage from the road. We bring the trailer down to a point and load the living kit. Then we bring them back here to the parking area and line them up for dispatch in the near future. It doesn’t always come in on the same day it’s shipped out so we have to store the unit. We will be able to know according to the files that you’ve set up which one goes out, which one goes in, according to the needs of the work order. I believe through the day, we’ve received 197, and passed out about 183. We’re doing a good service for the folks who really need help; they’ve either had a tree fall on their house or been completely flooded out. They are in great need usually when we get here. If you lose your home and your job goes with it, this gives you a new start on life, gets your family organized and in school and so forth. And you can continue with living.