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Thursday, September 01, 2005

Address Checks are Suspended

For obvious reasons, the people inside the Point who have been trying to take a look at houses for those who are anxious will not be able to do this for now.

They will be limiting themselves to supply runs only.

And a reminder - if you have supplies in your home that you feel could be useful to those still on the Point, do NOT use the comments function on the blog. Contact me directly at polimom@hotmail.com. I also need a way to contact you, either by phone or fax.

More later...


  • At 3:31 PM, Blogger Tee said;

    I know checks are suspended, but was there any word on the 900 block of Verret or the General Meyer and Flanders area.

  • At 4:23 PM, Blogger Red said;

    Still monitoring your board from up in Canada. I am so sorry to hear about the deteriorating situation. I'm glad that none of your friends was hurt in the shoot out. My thoughts are with them. It sounds like some of those men and women trying to defend Algiers Points are real heroes.

    Also, my friend who hadn't heard from her firefighter husband in almost three days got a text message from him this morning, so that's good news.

  • At 12:14 AM, Blogger Stef said;

    Thank you so much for protecting our neighborhood! I'm so sorry we can't be there to help you. This whole thing makes me physically sick!!! I realize it's not safe to check on properties right now, but if and when you can, please report back about 700 block of Opelousas Ave (across from the elementary school.) I am worried about looting, as is everyone. Please continue to keep us posted on our lovely neighborhood. Where is the National Guard??? Police? The Westbank seems to have been totally neglected!
    Most importantly, Stay Safe!

  • At 2:27 AM, Blogger Erin Smith said;

    Thank you for all of the news you are providing. You are doing such a huge service to those of us who can't be there, and also providing us with vital imformation which allows us to make decisions about whether or not to return. I'm not sure what inspired you to do this, but I am thankful that you are. With much gratitude; ems

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