Dump fund hasn't hit its target

Dump fund hasn't hit its target

There are 1 comment on the Times-Picayune story from Jul 28, 2007, titled Dump fund hasn't hit its target. In it, Times-Picayune reports that:

“If it's going to benefit Harvey, Marrero and everybody else, that's not the spirit that the money was given in”

The Jefferson Parish Council had just voted to accept a settlement offer that would allow two prominent businessmen to open a private trash dump on the West Bank. via Times-Picayune

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Richard Haines

Marrero, LA

#1 Aug 10, 2007
Homeowners along South Kenner Ave. are the hardest hit from problems caused by the series of dumps in the Waggaman area - they have not received any money for road improvements or any thing else for that matter - Live Oak blvd. and South Kenner Ave. are sub-standard and dangerous

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