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In a flood-prone section of Old Metairie, one man is defending his home with a personal flood wall

this is a discussion within the NOLA Community Forum; With steel pilings and rubber-sealed gates, the 6-foot-high wall was a logical solution to flooding problems Read the full article here......

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Old 05-28-2011, 05:21 AM   #1
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In a flood-prone section of Old Metairie, one man is defending his home with a personal flood wall

With steel pilings and rubber-sealed gates, the 6-foot-high wall was a logical solution to flooding problems

Read the full article here...
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Building your very own levee and floodwall .... interesting ...







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What if the levee brakes and it 7' high?
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