I'm Deanne Criswell, Federal Coordinating Officer for North Dakota Disaster 1981. We are here today to license families into temporary housing units located in the City of Minot. We began this process back in early August when we were placing the similar units on their private property, and we are now continuing through that here at a commercial site at Holiday Village as well as several group sites located throughout Minot and Ward County. OK? Coming down the hallway what we have next is your thermostat. This corner right here is your washer and dryer hook-ups. It's enough room for a full sized washer and dryer, and in here is your bathroom, and then back here we have the master bedroom. Now this is your closet? Yes m'am, this is your closet, your wardrobe area right there. As far as the furniture, if you want to bring your own furniture in, please feel free to do so. Put anything that you don't want to use in storage for us though. Mr. Frederick, if you want to sit down at the table, we'll go ahead and do some paperwork real quick. Okie Doke. Now those are yours. Everything that I'm gonna have you sign today I will give you a copy of. Super. This first one is a unit inspection report. Basically it's a listing of everything that's in the trailer. Everything is brand new. Everything is good on the outside as well. And just as a side-note, y'all will be the first ones to live in this particular model. So, y'all got a brand new trailer. Get your signature right there. You betcha. This next one is your receipt for the government property. That's also your license to live in the unit as well as the list of the people who are going to be living here. The only thing you're gonna be responsible for here is if you decide to get cable television or telephone. FEMA's gonna take care of the lot rent, the water, sewer, trash pick-up and electricity for you. So like I said again, the only thing you're responsible for is if you decide to get TV or telephone. Where is your phone hook-up, in what room would that be? There is a hook-up behind this couch. I see where there is one over there in the corner as well, so you can have a choice of where. I have Closed Caption, I've got a Closed Caption Phone and I have been without a phone ever since the flood. Wow. 2 or 3 weeks ago they got me a cell phone because I had so, because that's the only way that I could hear. And nobody, everybody had cordless phones so I could not plug in my phone anyplace. Wow. So it's been an isolation mode for me not being able to talk to anybody else. Yes, so I can plug it in over there, that would be wonderful. And then finally the last one. We just ask you not to engage in any illegal or criminal behavior, or allow any such to take place in or around the units. I hope not! (Laughter) Just get your signature right there Mr. Frederick. Thank you. You're so welcome. Thank you. You're so welcome. Mr. George, thank you sir. Yessir, appreciate it. If there's anything I can do, let us know. I will do that. I certainly appreciate it. We finally got relief that we'll be in a place of our own again. That we don't have to depend on anybody. We got our back to somewhat of a life again. Thank you so much for this new home. Your welcome. Absolutely. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you.