Others who have no slush fund

What was that about FEMA camps again? 

Long Island resident Gary Silberman got a letter in the mail asking him to repay FEMA some $17,000 he received after losing the home he shared with his father to the hurricane. A FEMA review found that both he and his father received aid — a violation of FEMA’s “double dipping” policy — and that they had failed to get flood insurance following an earlier FEMA payment for damages caused by Hurricane Irene, in 2011.

“I lost my home. I lost everything,” Silberman told the AP. “I don’t have $17,000 to give back.”