Hurricane Katrina | Displaced residents of public housing are being well supplied by FEMA and others, but they are demanding more
by Jamie Dean
Posted 9/16/06, 12:00 am
BATON ROUGE, La. - On 62 acres of rural farmland on the outskirts of Baton Rouge, 436 white travel trailers sit in neat rows on gray gravel behind a chain-link fence near the town's mid-size airport. FEMA calls the trailer park "Renaissance Village," and the agency began moving displaced families in shortly after Hurricane Katrina struck last year.