gentilly planning meeting

June 10, 2006 at 10:54 pm Leave a comment

The City Council's paid planners met with members of the Gentilly Civic Improvement Association and other Gentilly residents today for an all-day meeting at UNO. The Army Corps showed up later in the day to give a report on the status of the new flood gates at the 17th Street, Orleans, and London Avenue canals. In short, Orleans is done, London Avenue should be finished within the month. Who knows about 17th Street. If you live along the London Avenue canal and would be willing to allow the Corps to do soil borings in your back yard so that they can collect accurate data about the soil, please contact them.

Find out more about the City Council's planning process.

Check out Civic Improvement Association's Website for more information or to volunteer to help survey the neighborhood.

Click on the image to see more pictures of the meeting.


Entry filed under: gentilly, meetings, New Orleans, planning, recovery.

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