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FEMA Section 106 Notices for Louisiana
Comments on "Public Notice Regarding Historic Review of Privately-Owned Residential Buildings Proposed for Demolition in Orleans Parish, Louisiana - (2) Buildings Eligible for the National Register Seeking Public Comment on Alternatives to Demolition"
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Date of Comment Comment Name
City, State
8/17/2007 I own and operate GRD Demolition, a company that specializes in deconstruction, or hand demolition. The purpose of deconstruction is to salvage as much material as possible from buildings that need to be demolished. It is an ideal technique for mos...     read more Derek R. Brown
New Orleans, LA 
8/16/2007 Named on proposed demolition list as contributing to Mid City.

This house is across the street from me. It has been vacant for at least 10 years. The roof has collapsed into the interior of the house in the rear. It flooded and has proba...     read more
GAYLE RUTH
N.O. LA 
8/15/2007 2911 Conti Street is where my father lived, James Edward Miller Sr. better known as "James Sing Miller". He was the vocalist and piano player for the Jazz Preservation Hall. In which they traveled all over the world to play for many important people....     read more James E. Miller Jr.
Baton Rouge, La 70814 
8/13/2007 Please remove from demolition list. This is a historic camelback house that is next door to a double shotgun house already removed from demolition list - 712/714 S. Salcedo St. These historic properties --
716 S. SALCEDO ST. and 712/714 S. Salc...     read more
Lionel W. Young
Redlands, CA 
8/10/2007 This list is riddled with errors as far as the column which notes eligibility, which really brings into question the competence of whoever is doing this work.

The following houses are listed as being eligible because of their contrbuting sta...     read more
Matt McBride
New Orleans, LA