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Free Rebuild Seminar on May 5
by Community Center of St Bernard
Friday, Apr. 24, 2009 at 12:44 PM
The Rebuilding Information Station is offering a free seminar "Keep the Water Out - Flashing for Windows" on May 5, 2009 at 5:30 PM. The seminar will take place at the Community Center of St Bernard, 1107 LeBeau St, Arabi LA.
The Rebuilding Information Station will present a seminar “Keep the Water Out – Flashing For Windows” at 5:30 PM on May 5, 2009 at the Community Center of St Bernard, 1107 LeBeau St in Arabi.
The guest speaker will be LSU AgCenter Associate Bill Robinson. Contractors as well as do-it-yourself homeowners are invited to this hands-on demonstration of the proper installation of house wrap, flashing, sealants and water barriers that control moisture, increase comfort and reduce water damage in Louisiana homes. Participants will learn the “tricks of the trade” of keeping houses dry with modern flashing materials by watching a demonstration using a real windows in this homeowner-friendly seminar.
The Home Rebuilding seminar on May 5 is free to the public, but attendees are requested to phone the Community Center at 504.281.2512 or visit the Community Center office in order to register for this session. For more information, please contact RIS at 504.280.5577.
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Admin,I'm curious to know wheethr it's customary for councils to disregard their own legal team's advice and to go to the expense of seeking a second opinion from a private firm. There surely must be some local government policy that concerns this issue? it must feel pretty insulting as well for paid legal council employees findings to be over ruled/disregarded by their employers. Anyone with half a brain would realise that this situation might be highly unusual but I wondered if you know how often it has happened? Then there is the waste of time and money it has taken to go through this rigmarole. Plus of course the a316k each of these councillors receive (and the perks) from our wallets.I can't help but agree with you. It would appear that stupidity, arrogance and dodgy dealings abound. I think it's high time for the babysitters to come back and sort this city out once and for all.