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Emergency mobile homes sold off in latest federal auction

 FEMA Public Information Officer Adam DuBrowa in the living room and kitchen area of a temporary housing unit for area flood victims being stored at a staging area leased by FEMA in Cobleskill on Sunday, October 2, 2011.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
FEMA Public Information Officer Adam DuBrowa in the living room and kitchen area of a temporary housing unit for area flood victims being stored at a staging area leased by FEMA in Cobleskill on Sunday, October 2, 2011.
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The federal government was able to unload 20 more temporary housing units that served as home for flood victims during an auction completed last month. The U.S. General Services Administration held its third auction of the trailers the Federal Emergency Management Agency brought in to serve those ousted from their homes by tropical storms Irene and Lee. Selling prices ranged from $6,454 to $7,787. There were roughly 30 housing units remaining at the staging area ...


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