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Residents Explain What Makes Honeysuckle Home

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Residents Explain What Makes Honeysuckle Home

Residents Explain What Makes Honeysuckle Home

Residents Explain What Makes Honeysuckle Home

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Eric Arnaud clears debris from his home on Honeysuckle Lane. Cheryl Gerber hide caption

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For the past six months, All Things Considered has followed the fortunes of a street in East New Orleans that was badly damaged by Hurricane Katrina and the subsequent flooding. This weekend, a dozen residents gathered at one of the few businesses open in the area for a town meeting.

Art Silverman produced this report.

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