The Federal Emergency Management Administration remains unable to explain how or why officials offered a FEMA DHU (Direct Housing Unit) to a Rockport widow only to rescind the offer just as the woman was set to move in.
Castro's own home was ruled uninhabitable after a tree, felled by Harvey, destroyed it. She says it was valued at about $5,000, which would place it below FEMA's $17,000 threshold for receiving Direct Housing Assistance.
However, FEMA has been unable to explain how - and why - someone who on paper did not qualify for the program was approved and then, denied.
We checked back with Castro on the latest. Here's the update: