What is the Fate of Public Housing Post-Disaster?

This article brings up an important matter, which I have not seen addressed before. See:
After Hurricanes, Public Housing May Never Get Rebuilt. When destroyed by disaster, public housing has historically taken years to be replaced — if at all. What happens to low-income residents in the meantime?

Thanks to Regine Webster for the citation.

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