New Orleans homeowners have begun receiving letters from the Army Corps of Engineers demanding that they remove objects that obstruct nearby levees' rights of way, including fences and trees. If history repeats itself, this may get messy.
Oct 16, 2008 The Times-Picayune
Two years after the program's authorization, 500 cottages intended for residents displaces after Katrina have still not been built. Meanwhile, they have cropped up in Mississippi, which faced less damage overall.
Oct 2, 2008 The Times-Picayune
<p>The plan's approval by the city planning commission comes along with criticism about its flaws and lack of funding.</p>
May 23, 2007 The Times-Picayune
<p>The culmination of a major statewide planning effort -- the new long-term plan calls for communities to build compact neighborhoods and coordinate regional development.</p>
May 4, 2007 The Times-Picayune
<p>As the community has roundly approved the Unified New Orleans Plan, coordinators of the recovery planning effort have announced that its costs could rise above $14 billion over the next decade. Exact funding sources have yet to be fully identified.</p>
Feb 4, 2007 The Times-Picayune
City leaders in New Orleans are looking to the stars of architecture to help recreate the city's all-but ignored riverfront at the mouth of the Mississippi River.
Oct 2, 2006 The Times-Picayune
The Greater New Orleans Foundation has approved the use of 16 "technical help teams" -- including one led by Duany Plater-Zyberk -- to help with recovery planning.
Jul 28, 2006 The Times-Picayune
Displaced residents tell the City Council that they will return to their 7th Ward housing complex this weekend and will tear down any fences in their way, refusing to wait any longer for official action on permission to return.
Jun 4, 2006 The Times-Picayune
In one of the few areas in New Orleans that was not ravaged by Hurricane Katrina flooding, neighborhood residents gathered to protest against the recent placement of a FEMA trailer park.
Apr 3, 2006 The Times-Picayune
New Orleans residents warn of civil disorder if they are not allowed to return to their homes.
Jan 17, 2006 The Times-Picayune