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Rae Dolan
Entrepreneur, White-Collar Redneck, Honorary Texan, Real Estate Agent & Investor, Co-owner - 'Who do I trust? Me.' - Scarface
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Rae Dolan 6h
INCREDIBLE marketing tactic. Bravo.
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Rae Dolan 6h
Replying to @bunltd
Ding ding ding! 😂
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Rae Dolan 8h
Replying to @norcross
that you should.
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Rae Dolan 8h
please continue your efforts on this topic. It matters greatly.
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Rae Dolan 8h
Important thread on why we need our representatives and senators to Please share.
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Rae Dolan 8h
Replying to @sugarrae
Note - All photos were taken by myself and my husband. </end>
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Rae Dolan 8h
Replying to @sugarrae
As a community, we did what we needed to do & we did it w/o complaint. We felt grateful to be in a position to offer help in their time of need & though we hope we'll never need to, we'd do it all over again. Now we need you to do your part as reps of our community.
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
Some members of the community, including my husband, spent the weeks after Harvey nearly living in boats & wading through contaminated water helping to rescue their neighbors. These random dudes on bass boats pulled 18 hour days at their own risk and expense.
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
As a community, we sprang into action - with those lucky enough to evade the flooding pouring donations into local makeshift donation centers while volunteers worked to sort and distribute donations to those in need.
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
As a community, we entered strangers flooded homes, made them our friends, and helped haul debris, remove drywall, and provide what little comfort we could.
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
As a community, we came together and helped muck local businesses in the weeks following the flood.
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
As a community, we pulled together and did what we needed to do. We fed first responders, volunteers, and pretty much anyone who needed food.
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
This is what the streets of Katy, Texas looked like for months post Harvey, with hundreds+ of debris piles lining the streets that used to be the belongings and interiors of the homes & businesses they sat in front of.
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
This is a restaurant in Katy, Texas 2 days after Harvey. This restaurant also flooded in the tax day floods the year before & had only been back to normal for a yr. Adding salt to the wound, a railroad tie came loose nearby & crashed through the front of the building.
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
This was the home of a Katy, Texas family a few days after Harvey. They lost everything they owned when their single story home flooded. We helped them muck their home.
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
This was the Katy, Texas home of a couple with four children, with the wife 8 months pregnant with child number five, a month post Harvey. They even lost most of everything upstairs due to mold, thanks to it taking weeks for their neighborhood's flood waters to recede.
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
This is what a West Houston home still looked like more than six months after Harvey. Double damage here - the renters lost everything they owned and the homeowner had recently purchased the home and took a large loss.
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
This is the 11 year home of a corrections officer in West Houston. They had remodeled the entire home over that 11 years. This is what they were left with post-Harvey and 5 feet of water entering their home.
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
This is what a home looks like after being flooded with only 13" of water in Katy, Texas. The owner of 20+ years escaped by boat rescue, and this was the state of his home a few weeks later. You need to
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Rae Dolan 9h
Replying to @sugarrae
This is what a 70+ year old woman's home of 23 years looked like in the wake of Harvey. Her and her three granddaughters escaped with a backpack each & they lost everything they owned. NFIP is vital to South Texas.
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