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Jennifer Weishaupt and her 3-month-old son, Aidan, checked on the progress of the house she and her husband bought on Telemachus Street. They are in the process of renovating the home damaged by Hurricane Katrina.

Living in limbo one year later

Short of funds or will, New Orleans owners can't rebuild

By Keith O'Brien
Globe Correspondent / August 28, 2006

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NEW ORLEANS -- Twenty years ago, Claude and Alice Joshua, along with Alice's sister, finally cobbled together enough money on their working-class salaries to buy a shotgun-style home in New Orleans. They planned to live in it for the rest of their lives. (Full article: 1661 words)

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