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An open letter to Louisiana flood victims

this is a discussion within the NOLA Community Forum; Dear Neighbors, This time of year always evokes memories of Katrina, but this year those flashbacks are much more poignant for seeing the devastation that you are now enduring. As I look back on my Katrina experiences, I feel many ...

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Old 08-26-2016, 07:30 PM   #1
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An open letter to Louisiana flood victims


Dear Neighbors,

This time of year always evokes memories of Katrina, but this year those flashbacks are much more poignant for seeing the devastation that you are now enduring. As I look back on my Katrina experiences, I feel many emotions and recall many lessons.?
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Old 08-27-2016, 05:54 AM   #2
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Re: An open letter to Louisiana flood victims

They claim Livingston Parish has 75 percent of its homes totally destroyed. If thats true, that Parish may never be the same, or at best take many years to shake back. This area has had two major floods in a few months. The first one included no rain, just abnormal wind conditions. What has changed in this region to cause it to be more likely to flood? The best theory I've heard is all the new neighborhoods in that area that are built up higher than before. Plausible theory. Or maybe it was coincidence.
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