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Make It Right- New Orleans

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These newly completed houses are allowing former residents to move back to the Lower 9th Ward into safer and more energy efficient homes.

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    1. ABDaigle
    2. Too bad it is so ugly and looks completely out of place in NOLA.
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    2. A smart, sustainable design for an area that is technically "underwater". If only FEMA has invested in units like this one, instead of those horrid formaldehyde filled crackerbox trailers, folks might actually have a chance to recover their lifes.
    1. CraigConti
    2. The pier/stilts structure should be mandatory for all new construction in flood zones.
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