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For the residents to lose their homes because of the hurricane last month, the government is planning to make a supporting facility.

Does this sentence mean the same thing as "‎For the residents who lost their homes because of the hurricane last month, the government is planning to make a supporting facility" ?

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For the residents to lose their homes because of the hurricane last month, the government is planning to make a supporting facility.

Does this sentence mean the same thing as "‎For the residents who lost their homes because of the hurricane last month, the government is planning to make a supporting facility" ?

No. The grammar is wrong in the first one.

A FOR ... TO ... clause is used more like this:

[For residents to lose their homes in a hurricane] is truly tragic.

This construction is very often inverted thus:

It is truly tragic [for residents to lose their homes in a hurricane].

CJ