Monday, October 22, 2007

We finished on Monday afternoon

The rain poured hard. Some of the streets of the Lower Ninth had lots of high water. Yet, the rain paused during the afternoon and we picked up the pace to finish mapping the Lower Ninth Ward.

I can exhale.


Blogger sheron said...

So, I was reading this article:
By Molly Reid, Staff writer
Times-Picayune (New Orleans)
October 21, 2007.

It noted that NENA has a "block captain" program, and block captains will learn to use the surveying process to maintain recovery data. Hat's off to professor Jett, the Gentilly Project and Dartmouth for their persistence and dilligence in facilitating this segment of the recovery process.

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