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FEMA Section 106 Notices for Louisiana
Comment on "Public Notice Regarding Historic Review of the St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Church, 5500 Paris Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana with linked PDF attachments "
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Comments: FEMA take the morning drive that our boys, faculty and staff make every morning to Holy Cross. It is a very depressing drive every day back and forth and then spend 8 hours a day in a trailer surrounded by buildings that cannot be used: Cafeteria, Gym, Mass facility etc. etc and try doing it for a year. These boys need to MOVE ON! Some of these boys, faculty and staff are in temporary situations at home as well. Please make a decision and stick with it. Our boys need to know one way or another. They were so upset about their 9th ward campus, but then the excitement grew when it was announced to build a new facility in a new location, Gentilly. What an incredible bunch of young men, faculty and staff that has put up with the indecision of the government! Our government: What have they learned from the lack of response from our government? These are our future leaders. Not a great example for them is it? My home was destroyed and I am now renovating a home (another flooded home) that will be near the Gentilly campus. Sometimes it is hard but we must move on toward a better situation. This is clearly the situation with Holy Cross. Please make way for a new and exciting situation for our young men, the future is bright with such incredible young men and administration that have made the best of a bad situation.