Two years after detrimental Midwest flooding, a large group of Carroll County, Missouri, community members are saying FEMA has stuck them with $1-million-plus in bills they promised to pay for. After an agreement with FEMA in 2019, rural residents banded together to self-fund berms which proactively fixed a levee overflow saving countless houses from additional damage. Residents say they didn’t ask for any repayment for personal labor or use of private equipment, the original agreement was that FEMA would pay for contractors only — a promise that has not been kept. Read the whole story from Carroll County community members.