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Re: Chateau Estates - Kenner
      Thu Sep 01 2005 12:14 PM

I heard from a friend who lives on the South Shore - not sure where that is in relations to where you are speaking of but she was told by authorities that it could be months before she could come home and to set up shop some place else. I think that could be because of water - as far as other damage - she had not heard. I will let you know when I hear back from her.


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