The Nagin administration’s rationale for moving City Hall?

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Yeah, they said that “[T]he amount of work deemed eligible by FEMA for storm-damage repairs was not enough ‘to restore City Hall to its former functional status.'”

I should not have to explain the hilariousness of that statement.


[via BlogOfNewOrleans]

One thought on “The Nagin administration’s rationale for moving City Hall?

  1. Richard

    it reminds me of morons in my life who basically have the intention of installing poor materials throughout a construction site and then propose to return to it's former state of function and productivity — well, that was waaaaaaaaaay before you got in the picture, did ya ever think of checking out?? yes, 'tis hilarious.

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