Monthly Archives: December 2011

St. Bernard Parish Issues Permits, Avoids Massive Fines – New Orleans News Story – WDSU New Orleans

St. Bernard Parish officials say they have issued occupancy permits to four mixed-income apartment complexes in Chalmette. A federal judge had threatened to fine the parish $50,000 a day unless it approved the permits so the apartments could be rented. … Continue reading

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Federal judge orders St. Bernard Parish to issue occupancy permits | NOLA.com

U.S. District Judge Ginger Berrigan today ordered St. Bernard Parish to issue occupancy permits to the four contentious mixed-income Provident Realty Advisors apartments in Chalmette by Friday or the parish will be fined $50,000 a day. Berrigan’s ruling came after … Continue reading

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Cuts to social housing punish the poorest Americans at the worst time | Matt Kennard | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk

Juaquina Miller has finally found a place to call home. After a childhood in foster care followed by an itinerant adolescence, this is a luxury she has rarely enjoyed. She is 25 years old now, a single mum with two … Continue reading

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Judge Orders Occupancy, Threatens Fines In St. Bernard Housing Battle – New Orleans News Story – WDSU New Orleans

A federal judge in New Orleans has given what could be the final order in the long-running battle between St. Bernard Parish and a company planning to open several mixed-income housing developments. District Court Judge Ginger Berrigan on Thursday directed … Continue reading

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