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The Force 2005
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Loc: Philadelphia
      Wed Sep 07 2005 03:59 PM

This may be a little off of post, but it bears mentioning:

Awhile back, the city of N.O had requested additional funding to upgrade their leeve systems in and around the city, costing Billions of dollars, which was turned down saying it was too expensive. A report out now, as of today, stating that it is now costing the U.S. a billion dollars a day for relief and recovery missions. Well I guess hindsight is 20/20 afterall.

Moved, please stay on topic in the main threads. Disaster forum is all about Katrina at the moment.

Edited by MikeC (Wed Sep 07 2005 04:04 PM)

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