People living in mobile homes are always being warned to leave and go to a safe place during a severe weather threat. But many people may not feel like they've got a lot of options. Miss. Emergency Management director Robert Latham says some perfectly good safe places aren't being used. More than $182 million has been spent to build 63 community storm shelters since Hurricane Katrina, most of those in south Mississippi. But Latham says many of them are sitting empty during severe storms. He's encouraging local officials to open those shelters on a regular basis to give people living in mobile homes a safe place to ride out a storm. Latham says some people think the shelters were designed to house hurricane evacuees but that's not the primary reason they were built.