FEMA Officials Staying at Posh Five-Star $1,000-a-Night Hotels in Maui

Criswell said their efforts will continue, explaining how they have already handed out “over $8 million to families that have been impacted and registered for assistance with FEMA.”

She went on to reveal the shelter population was going down, with many residents having since been moved into hotels, motels, and other types of short-term rentals.

Criswell said their plan to aid residents was in motion, adding, “And then as we continue to work with the governor and his team, working with each of these individuals, each of these families, to help them with what their longer-term strategy is going to be and where they’re going to stay while they are making plans for what they’re going to do to rebuild.”

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