Make Levees, Not War

Gandy, Kim
September 2006
National NOW Times;Fall2006, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p4
The author reflects on the levees to be made in New Orleans, Louisiana which is still not ready for another hurricane. She shares that according to Walter Maestri, head of emergency management in New Orleans suburbs, the cut in the levee completion budget may be because the budget has been used to handle homeland security and for the war in Iraq.


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