"New Orleans has become the nation's laboratory for innovation and change," Landrieu said. "The work you see going on especially in housing, from homelessness to low-income housing to the private sector creating public-private partnerships with us, is doing spectacular stuff. You see what it means when I said we did not rebuild New Orleans back the way she was, we built New Orleans back the way she always was supposed to be."We could have been talking today about the rising cost of living and the attendant pressures on working class residents of New Orleans's ever diminishing stock of public housing. Instead we're talking about experimenting on people and drawing allusions to an imaginary ladder out of homelessness.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
The city took over control of HANO today.