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City Council Hearing on Elisio Fields Proposal, City Hall, New Orleans, September 6, 2012

(Pictured above, developer Sean Cummings on screen, FMIA board members in front row.) For those who haven’t heard the news… we won. There will be no high rise condo built in our beloved historic neighborhood — at least until the … Continue reading

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SIZE MATTERS: No High Rise in Marigny! Photo Gallery & Your LAST CHANCE to get involved! #NOLA

The moment of truth is near — and only YOU can stop the impending trend of high rise buildings that may soon be constructed in New Orleans’ historic neighborhoods. THE TIME TO ACT IS NOW. From the Size Matters Official … Continue reading

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Alex Vialou, FMIA President, Speaking Out Against Proposed High Rise Condo in the Marigny, Rally at Siberia, St. Claude Ave, New Orleans, August 8, 2012

Residents of the Marigny are in the latest fight for their neighborhood’s survival as plans for building a high rise condominium — clearly against historic preservation laws, but mysteriously receiving a waiver — becomes perilously close to reality.  Please visit … Continue reading

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