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Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Some Specifics

Okay - some specific requests. Please keep in mind these observations are all from the street. People are getting pretty jumpy there now, and it is probably unwise to approach a stranger's house.

Re: Tout Suite - the building, at least, is fine. Still boarded, so no looting I think. They haven't seen Jill.

  • 329 Eliza - good

  • 501 Pelican - good

  • 420 Pacific - house is in good shape, although the neighbor's tree has fallen into your front yard (missed the house, though!)

  • 538 Pacific - good

  • Olivier - house in good shape, but the garage / apt. in the back seems to have some damage.

  • Belleville Street - Mr. Gardner is there and is "doing fine". Said to pass along that the houses across the street (338 and 340) are good, also.... and the car is fine (I guess somebody knows what that means).

I'm trying to compile and group those that are still in my inbox, but it might be a bit slow getting some of these. Hang in there.... really, it's a miraculous situation - be hopeful!

I've seen a few postings from people who also are in contact with the Point. If you know anyone who is still in Algiers, and might be willing to help, can you ask them to get in touch with me? Thanks!

18 Comments:

  • At 8:26 PM, Blogger webechil said;

    Polimom,

    Could you check on 333 Pelican. Purple house next to house of the rising sun. I know you were across the street and it looked "real good". I can't tell you what you are doing for our community is wonderful.

    Thanks

    Mike



     
  • At 8:35 PM, Blogger Mike5rn said;

    Any help you could provide on 921 Atlantic would be greatly appreciated. Your our eyes away from home....thanks.



     
  • At 8:35 PM, Blogger 400blockElmira said;

    my property is 439 Elmira (old fire engine house/pasta factory) I have 2 older tennets that stayed there Philip Mitchell and his wife, older couple. I am concerned for them any info on them or the building. and I am in contact with my neighbor at 455 Elmira, there in Mississippi. any info on either building please



     
  • At 9:01 PM, Blogger papa schleich said;

    Our son is in Texas waiting it out and is concerned about the 500 block of Belleville.
    Also, he wants back in there badly; any chance of getting in?



     
  • At 9:12 PM, Blogger Christine said;

    Any word on 155 Pelican? Any more looting or evidence of looting?
    Thanks for being our lifeline to the neighborhood.
    Christine



     
  • At 9:15 PM, Blogger bodine76 said;

    Polimom

    I was wondering if you had any news on the Aurora area of Algiers.
    I live on the corner of MacArthur & Herald, near Edna Karr. Any looting in the area?

    Any news would be greatly appreciated



     
  • At 9:40 PM, Blogger grnhatchback said;

    could you help me out and check on my parents and grandfathers house. my parents live at 603 lang st, corner of lang and herschel and my grandfather lives at 3553 rue colette in the bocage subdivison. you can email me at grnhatchback@bellsouth.net. they are here with me in north carolina. thanks a million



     
  • At 10:16 PM, Blogger Donna said;

    Can you check on 316 Verret. Purple house across from the park. We are worried that a neighbor's tree in the back may have fallen on the house. Any information on the condition of the house would be appreciated. Also, has there been any looting on the Point. Thanks for all you are doing.



     
  • At 10:22 PM, Blogger Karl said;

    Could you please be so kind to check on my house on 539 Elmira (green house). I'm especially concerned about the large tree in my backyard...

    If you have a chance, I know my neighbors on each side of my house would really appreciate a status on their house. Both of them have few months old infants !!

    With sincere gratitude,
    Karl



     
  • At 10:25 PM, Blogger ComputerLawDog said;

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  • At 10:27 PM, Blogger ComputerLawDog said;

    What's the word on Park Timbers (specifically 17 - 28 Yellowstone Drive).

    Thanks.



     
  • At 10:41 PM, Blogger Jack said;

    If your people are down Belleville again can they tell me what kind of shape 527 is in? This is where my brother lives (he evacuated).



     
  • At 10:42 PM, Blogger me_in_ca said;

    Hi,

    Your site is one of the best things going on the 'net since this disaster struck. Thank you for doing this, I think you are providing huge relief for many worried people.

    If you have the opportunity can you check on this home? 233 Delaronde Street.

    Many, many thanks.



     
  • At 10:54 PM, Blogger Larry said;

    hey, thank you so much for keeping us updated during this horrific time. by any chance could you check on 33 sullivan pl right off of huntlee. my mother is going crazy with out much information.



     
  • At 10:58 PM, Blogger Spencer said;

    Polimom,

    Could you check on 338 Bermuda (old corner grocery at Bermuda and Pelican that was boarded up before the storm)?

    We all owe you a debt of gratitude.

    Mike and anyone else who knows me, please shoot me an email at asgulden@yahoo.com.

    Thanks,

    Spencer Gulden



     
  • At 1:04 AM, Blogger Raven said;

    Thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart. I'll sleep much better tonight and I owe it all to you and your friends...



     
  • At 5:00 AM, Blogger calle said;

    Thanks so much, i working in Rotterdam ( The Nederlands)and we bought our house 547 Elmira for retirement on the Point, so with this news hope of a good ending returns ( Stll feel treible for Nola at large ) My Daughter has a houe in Uptown 615 Gen Taylor, there is also a worry, But Family are all fine 2 in Houston, rest in Baton Rouge



     
  • At 11:30 AM, Blogger jessj01 said;

    My grandmother (Joyce Rice) says that everyone in the Point condos is ok. It appears that the walls that were blown out were due to the people who evacuated not nailing their shutters down. As far as I know, most have left the building and left the city safely.



     
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