We could receive a storm surge of three to five feet.
If you’re below the flood plain with no insurance, I’m afraid I don’t have a lot of options for you,
I’m taking them out of here as quickly as I can, … I’m not going to sit back and let another one die.
It’s very hot. There is no shade. We need to get provisions to them, … They have zero.
Hopefully that will dispel rumors that we are not working together,
We are prepared as a city to put on the best Mardi Gras that we have ever seen.
Most of the experts are telling us that any house that was in flood waters for a couple of weeks where the water was above their (electrical) outlets, is probably a property that is going to be very difficult to renovate, … All I know is that in some areas, houses will be demolished in...
Within the next week or two we should have about 180,000 people back in the city of New Orleans.
There are toxins in the water, gas leaks, we are fighting at least four fires… It is not safe.
The city of New Orleans, starting this weekend, will start to breathe again.
Housing is the biggest challenge we have right now, … serious money.
It’s something we’re very excited about, … It’s something the mayor has been pushing for, because the Sewerage & Water Board testing was showing good signs, but we needed the regulatory agency to sign off on it. We hope it makes it easier for citizens in New Orleans to live in their own homes, for...
[Yet, the mayor said,] My heart is heavy tonight, … I don’t have any good news to share.
This is huge, … I can’t tell you how much I appreciate them being here.
At some point in time the dead bodies are going to start to create a serious disease issue.
Decisions were made to move resources and to not move resources that just don’t make sense to me, and then, there was this incredible dance between the governor and the president about who had final authority, … I just don’t appreciate that kind of stuff when people are dying in my city.