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  • New Orleans Zoning Revisions Near Completion

    The Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance process winding down.

    New Orleans is nearing the end of a four-year process to update the master plan for zoning. The new comprehensive plan will be updating one that’s been in place for more than 40 years.

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  • Coastal Desk
  • Working Coast Camp in Houma Teaches Big Industry To Children

    South Louisiana’s Terrebonne Parish has low unemployment - lots of jobs in offshore services. So many, that there could be a shortage of locals with the skills needed. The Working Coast summer camp in Houma teaches kids about the big industries in their area, and aims to get them excited about those career paths.

      About thirty kids hang their fishing poles over a small bridge outside the Water Life Museum in Houma, Louisiana. They’re enjoying their last day at the Working Coast Camp.

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  • Coastal Rundown: Austin Badon, Marsh Buggies And Golden Meadow

    Welcome to the Coastal Rundown, a new series exploring the people, places, gear, facts and suggested resources across the Gulf Coast.


    Meet: Austin Badon

    City Council Representative, District 100

    State Rep. (D), Chairman of the House Education Committee

    Motto: “Don’t wait for your ship to come in, swim out to it.”

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  • Where Y'Eat
  • Breakfast soup: rise, shine and simmer

    New Orleans, La. –

    I get pretty excited about going out for a Vietnamese meal. But I usually don't set an alarm for one. Still, that's just what I found myself doing before a recent visit to Pho Hoa, a casual Vietnamese noodle house in Harvey.

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  • Out To Lunch
  • Out To Lunch: Drones Over NOLA

    The vacuum created when NASA left the Michoud facility in New Orleans East has been filled by a range of new, innovative aero-space and robotic manufacturers. Among them, Crescent Unmanned Systems and NVision Solutions.

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