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NCDC Agenda

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This meeting will take place Monday March 2 at City Hall in Council chambers. Always a good time.

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About Karen Gadbois

Karen Gadbois co-founded The Lens. She now covers New Orleans government issues and writes about land use for Squandered Heritage. For her work with television reporter Lee Zurik exposing widespread misuse of city recovery funds — which led to guilty pleas in federal court — Gadbois won some of the highest honors in journalism, including a Peabody Award, an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Award and a gold medal from Investigative Reporters and Editors. She can be reached at (504) 606-6013.

  • Abby

    I’m pretty sure those two houses were part of art installations supported by KK Projects/ Kirsha Kaechele. Are they just being abandoned now that Prospect.1 is over? I hope not.

  • rickngentilly

    miss karen , please contact me so i may ask you some questions about the city flipping of some houses in my neighborhood.

    i apologize for not being able to find your email on your site.

    thank you for what you have done and what you are doing.

  • rickngentilly

    i’m not a very good writer. my talent lies in the kitchen.

    what i was trying to say in the above comment is i would like to know about some houses in my block that have been abandoned and have been broken into by vagrants on several occasions since katrina.

    the hot orange spray paint has been on the curb for over a year.

    now i hear the city is gonna flip them to a charity.

    just wanna know what’s going on in my block.

    cant find any info on the city website or google.

    thank you in advance.

  • b

    Post the address and let me do some digging. The Feds are actively investigating any properties that the City or employees of the city are flipping right now. Please post the address and we can start the process of finding out who is involved.