Monday, January 4, 2010 Sharpens Campaign for 8/29 Review~The New Orleans region and its levees is not alone

A suggestion for the NYT...
~Of Levee Failures and a Weather Event

Getting developers in step on wetlands efforts?~Kyle Swenson

Cape's billion dollar wastewater problem ~Patrick Cassidy

Who Launched the USS Fannie Mac?~Bruce Krasting
~“Would the United States be immune for all damages if a Navy vessel lost control and broke through a levee where the sole cause of the failure of that levee was the Navy vessel’s negligence?”

This Watershed Election
~Clancy Dubos

Fielkow Seeks Second Term on New Orleans Council
~Christopher Tidmore
~Arnie Fielkow was propelled into political prominence in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. The longtime Saints executive who lobbyed for his team before the City Council and the Legislature found himself at the center of calls to run for office, and despite the fact that he could have earned far more in professional sports management positions elsewhere, did.

It’s tragic for him, tragic for his family and tragic for our state... ~slabbed

AALS Annual Meeting this week in New Orleans

Oh, Brother...~Dakinikat

Thus Spake Shockathustra
~The Mythtickle Oyacle

Fans celebrating undefeated record~The New Orleans Levee

SUNO apartment complex ready for about a third of eventual occupants~John Pope

Blight, an Empty Lot, and New Construction Near LaSalle and Fifth~What I Saw Riding My Bike Around Today

Gas storage concerns salt mine operator ~Richard Burgess

Bad year for biofuel ends on a dour note~Sean Murphy

Group heads to MS to fix homes damaged by Hurricane Katrina
~Jomes Goodman

Emergency Preparedness Products & Information

Codifying Civilian Recon- struction and Stabilization Assistance and State Dept Capabilities

Space storm alert: 90 seconds from catastrophe
~Postado por Marcelo Cunha às

Local writer takes detective story into the future and onto Mars
~Greg Langley

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