Tuesday, September 02, 2008

This came into my Email at 12:48 PM

I just got home and figured this was worth putting on the blog...


This is courtesy of a WWL blast Email.

Return dates, curfew times for southeastern La. parishes


Jefferson Parish:

Jefferson Parish residents are not allowed back into the parish until
businesses and and first responders are set up and prepared for them to
return.

The parish is implementing a two-phase re-entry plan. Tier 1 is made up of
critical businesses, contractors and first responders. Tier 2 is made up
of those businesses necessary to prepare for the return of residents, such
as groceries, pharmacies, gas stations and banks.

Both tiers are going to begin returning simultaneously Tuesday at noon.

Tier 1 and Tier 2 agencies and businesses must have "re-entry placards,"
which are credentials allowing them to enter and move about in the parish.

After Tier 1 and Tier 2 re-entry is complete, the parish will be open to
re-entry for residents.

A strict 24-hour curfew is in place throughout the parish, and residents
are instructed to stay inside their homes or face the possibility of
arrest.

Parish public schools and Archdiocesan parochial schools in Jefferson
Parish will remain closed through the end of this week.


Orleans Parish:

Right now New Orleans city officials are assessing the damage of Hurricane
Gustav, and there has been no set time table for when residents will be
able to return. Residents will not be allowed inside of the parish until
at least Wednesday, if not later.

Orleans is under curfew from dusk until dawn until further notice.


Plaquemines:

Plaquemines Parish residents are not allowed back into the parish and no
timeline has been set for them to return yet. That decision will be made
in the coming days by parish officials, who are still assessing damages
and services.

Only those with special passes will be allowed into the parish,
Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser said, and family members are
not allowed to tag along into the parish with those who have passes.

Plaquemines Parish is under lockdown and a curfew is in place from 8 p.m.
to 6 a.m.


St. Bernard:

In what St. Bernard Parish President Craig Taffaro calls a "very
ambitious" plan to return, officials are hoping that they will allow
residents back into St. Bernard as early as sometime Wednesday morning.

Taffaro said that public service workers began cleaning up Monday night,
with Entergy officials working on the ground to restore power. He warned
that residents who do opt to return early should expect to not have full
power or services, but that their homes are safe and secure.

St. Bernard Parish is under a 24-hour curfew until further notice.


St. Charles:

Residents are not allowed back into St. Charles Parish in the aftermath of
Hurricane Gustav. A decision is expected 4 p.m. Wednesday on when
residents will be allowed back into the parish.

A curfew is in place in St. Charles Parish from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. until
further notice.


St. John:

St. John residents are not allowed back into the parish until further
notice.

There is a curfew in place from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. until further notice.


St. Tammany:

St. Tammany Parish residents are not allowed back into the parish
following Hurricane Gustav. The decision on the timetable for their return
will be made sometime Tuesday.

There is a curfew in effect from dusk until dawn until further notice in
the Parish. In Bogalusa, however, officials lifted the curfew Tuesday
morning.


Tangipahoa:

Tangipahoa Parish officials will decide Tuesday when they will allow
residents back into the parish. No residents are allowed to return at the
moment.

There is currently a mandatory curfew in effect from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
daily.


Terrebonne and Lafourche Parish:

Terrebonne officials said that the tentative plan is to let residents back
in Friday at noon.

Lafourche officials will make the decision of when they will allow
residents to return to their homes sometime Wednesday.

There are still major power outages in both areas, along with trees
blocking roads and a lack of services, officials said.

There is a curfew in effect in Terrebonne and Lafourche until noon
Wednesday, and could continue thereafter.

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