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Hurricane Damage

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  • Prepare now for storm cleanup later

    Prepare now for storm cleanup later
    Especially these days, community association leaders and owners have questions about how best to keep costs down - from funding rainy day accounts to making sure governing documents are legal and up-to-date. Here are some answers with the help of Sun...
  • Because of "Bonnie" Boats On The Move At The Myrtle Grove Marina;Locals Fear Oil In La Marsh

    Because of "Bonnie" Boats On The Move At The Myrtle Grove Marina;Locals Fear Oil In La Marsh
    Because of "Bonnie" boat after boat being brought in here at the Myrtle Grove Marina. "They say it's coming this way but that could all change, it's all up to God, says fisherman Chris Bouton who was at the Marina at 4am to start securing his boat. The...
  • Levees.org: Katrina Levee Breaches Historic

    Levees.org: Katrina Levee Breaches Historic
    The grassroots group Levees.org is asking the National Register of Historic Places to recognize places where levees broke after Hurricane Katrina. The group's research director, H.J. Bosworth Jr., says they are starting with two because the amount of...
  • Bar Stands in the Way of Hospital Development

    Bar Stands in the Way of Hospital Development
    A bar standing in the way of a controversial hospital development to replace hospitals damaged by Hurricane Katrina has been seized by city officials. The owner of the Outer Banks Bar had tried to stop city officials from evicting him from the building,...
  • Lawsuit Threatens to Stop New Orleans Levee Work

    Lawsuit Threatens to Stop New Orleans Levee Work
    A lawsuit is threatening to slow down or even stop work to strengthen a canal that broke disastrously during Hurricane Katrina. Homeowners with backyards along the 17th Street Canal filed a civil suit in state court on Jan. 5 to stop the work because...
  • Bar in way of new hospital development demolished

    Bar in way of new hospital development demolished
    A bar standing in the way of a contentious development to replace hospitals damaged by Hurricane Katrina has been demolished.       The owner of the Outer Banks Bar had tried to stop city officials from evicting him from the building, but on Monday a...
  • FEMA gives funds to St. Bernard Catholic school

    FEMA gives funds to St. Bernard Catholic school
    A Roman Catholic school in St. Bernard Parish plans to expand its campus with $4 million in federal hurricane aid.       The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it is giving the money to the Our Lady of Prompt Succor School. The money covers...
  • Citizens Property Insurance won't cover some homes damaged by Chinese drywall

    Citizens Property Insurance won't cover some homes damaged by Chinese drywall
    The state's insurer of last resort says it will not provide coverage for homes with extensive damage caused by tainted drywall from China. Already, Citizens Property Insurance has dropped coverage on two homes that are vacant because of defective...
  • City Council President Opposes Potential UNO-SUNO Merger

    City Council President Opposes Potential UNO-SUNO Merger
    City Council President Arnie Fielkow released this statement in response to the Governor’s request to study the effects of merging the University of New Orleans and Southern University of New Orleans into one school to be placed under the University...
  • Livingston Parish gets $558K in FEMA funds

    Livingston Parish gets $558K in FEMA funds
    Livingston Parish officials say the Federal Emergency Management Agency has agreed to give the parish about $558,000 to pay some contracts rising from the Hurricane Gustav cleanup. Reimbursement for most of the more than $60 million in cleanup work...
  • Destruction, But No Deaths From Giant Cyclone in Australia

    Destruction, But No Deaths From Giant Cyclone in Australia
    (Reuters) - Australians voiced relief and surprise after one of the world's most powerful cyclones spared the nation's northeast coast from expected devastation on Thursday, with no reported deaths despite winds tearing off roofs and toppling trees....