Demolition by Neglect Irish Channel

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The Irish Channel is located below the Garden District near the river. It did not flood.

Irish peasants fleeing the potato famine in the 1840s and 1850s debarked at Adele Street and were channeled from there to the rest of the country.

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Just recieved the latest agenda for the HDLC, the meeting is set for 9:30 a.m., Friday, Oct. 13, 2006 City Council Chambers

I noticed that there were a number of Citations to be issued for Demolition by Neglect.

They are as follows:

1027 9th Street

This house is one house away from Magazine Street.

1027 9th Street

608 Sixth Street

This very small house looks adandoned.

608 Sixth Street

2131 Chippewa Street

This is located acroos from a School and a Church.

2131 Chippewa

The types of deficiencies identified as “Demolition by Neglect” include any structural deficiency or a deficiency in a building part which left unrepaired could lead to deterioration of the building’s structural frame. A building is also identified as “Demolition by Neglect” if it is open to entry by vandals or vagrants.

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