This article from <em>Governing Magazine</em> looks at the planning process along the Gulf Coast as cities and towns look to rebuild, but struggle to decide what to rebuild into.
Oct 4, 2006 Governing Magazine
More than half of the residents in the small unincorporated community of Henderson Point, Mississippi, turned out to help begin planning for the rebuilding of their completely devastated community.
Sep 21, 2006 Biloxi Sun-Herald
Architect James Polk is setting up to begin work on his plan for a walkable and sustainable community in the Gulf Coast region.
Sep 8, 2006 Hattiesburg American
The Christian Science Monitor runs a feature-length, three-part series that examines the people, money, and environment on the Gulf Coast one year after Katrina.
Sep 2, 2006 The Christian Science Monitor
While New Orleans' economy struggles to return to its pre-storm levels, cities such as Mobile, Alabama are reaping the benefits of renewed economic vigor.
Aug 25, 2006 The Wall Street Journal
What the state of Mississippi has learned in one year of rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina.
Aug 22, 2006 The Los Angeles Times
Despite a critical housing shortage and badly needed road repairs, the city of Biloxi sees an influx of casinos due to a change in state legislation.
Aug 7, 2006 The Wall Street Journal via The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Quick and inexpensive yet sturdy and charming, the Katrina Cottage, a housing type born out of the aftermath of the storm, could potentially change the way affordable housing is built.
Jul 13, 2006 Cottage Living
Frustrated with slow progress, a Mississippi Gulf Coast city is considering importing hundreds or thousands of Chinese laborers and materials to rebuild after Hurricane Katrina
Jun 28, 2006 The Los Angeles Times
Many of those who lost their homes in Hurricane Katrina or Rita struggle daily with the 240 square foot FEMA trailer.
Jun 16, 2006 The New York Times