About 400 to 500 people showed up to the community meeting. The county is trying to help them access basic needs that we take advantage of on a daily basis; therefore, issues like roads, sanitation, fuel, and even mail have been addressed.
"We had to (stay). What can I do? I didn't have any other choice." Nevine Moustafa said. She explained that she had to stay in her house after it flooded because her insurance company refused to reimburse them for a hotel and they had nowhere to go.