Friday, May 27, 2011

Hurricane Katrina levee breach sites floated for National Register of Historic Places ~Bruce Eggler
~The Industrial Canal breach site was photographed Sept. 15, 2005.
~Also~Online support sought to gain historic levee label

Midwest weather emergencies, Hurricane Katrina and the ‘blame game’~Green Heritage News

Save on hurricane supplies this weekend

National Guard general, Katrina hero, retires

Morganza Floodway flow reduced further; train trestle still broken
~Morgan City businesses fight flooding
~Corps closes three Morganza Spillway bays

Satellite Images Show Extent of Mississippi River Sediment~USGS
~Satellite images show large amounts of sediment throughout coastal Louisiana as a result of flooding on the Mississippi River, according to recent U.S. Geological Survey and NASA data.

Senator Wicker introduces a Senate version of NFIP reauthorization and enters the special interest briar patch ~Slabbed

State lawmakers throw oil-spill tax break in ‘bone pile’~Jeremy Alford

Scientists now questioning theory of [oil spill-eating] super microbes ~Disenfranchised Citizen~Also~Misgivings about Macondo Methane Microbes~Nola Defender

A Bucket of Bravado

Mayor Landrieu stands by NOPD chief Slurpy

Lens’ Gert Town investigation draws IG attention; city review met with resistance~Jessica Williams

~Hat Tweet @ Jarvis DeBerry TP~RT : Kelly Harris reads Michael Jackson 2nd line poem on WWNO's The Reading Life: / Check out my wife!

Summer saltwater fishing guide for southeast Louisiana~Bob Marshall

1390 pounds of garbage removed from Bayou Chico

NOLA Brewing to open canning line

Opa! ~Blackened Out

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