Tuesday, November 08, 2005

New Yorks Times wrapup on N.O. recovery.

Mostly old news, but a timely reminder to the rest of the country that a lot still remains to be done.
Then there is the dirt. Even the most basic repairs will require about three million cubic yards of soil, the equivalent of a football field on which dirt is stacked 1,575 feet high, Mr. Setliff said. The corps has yet to find enough sites for the so-called "borrow pits" for the soil, which ideally need to be close to the construction sites.

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