Tracking Harvey’s Fiscal Impact

Texas Tribune

The nonprofit news site the Texas Tribune is investigating the fiscal impact of Harvey on Houston and Texas generally. Here are its stories so far:

“It’s our form of apartheid”: How Galveston stalled public housing reconstruction in the 10 years after Ike
Six figures for six feet: Some Harvey victims in Houston spend huge sums to elevate their homes
Abbott and FEMA are using Harvey to reinvent disaster response. Some say that makes displaced Texans “guinea pigs.”
Harvey victims say FEMA hotel program plagued by confusion
How much has been raised for Harvey relief — and how’s it being spent?
$500 million in Ike relief is still unspent. Will Texas do better after Harvey?
Harvey’s next blow: Home values, tax collections expected to drop
After hurricanes, Congress ponders future of flood insurance program
How much has been raised for Harvey relief — and how’s it being spent?

South Texas

The USA Today network led by the Caller-Times in Corpus Christi is probing Harvey’s impact on South Texas for outlets in Texas and USA Today.
Here are the stories so far:
As Port Aransas rebuilds after Hurricane Harvey, what will this coastal Texas town become?
Is Port Aransas ready for 2018 Spring Break after Hurricane Harvey?
Rockport, Fulton show signs of recovery six months after Hurricane Harvey
Outdated flood zone maps, growing Corpus Christi could lead to disaster
Higher flood insurance costs may await Corpus Christi residents
Red Cross floundered in Hurricane Harvey relief effort, Texas leaders, residents say


Via The Texas Tribune and South Texas