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Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to New Orleans,  Louisiana,  where he toured some of the city's public housing communinties (including the Lafitte and C.J. Peete public housing developments),  participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a community center near the new Abundance Square-Treasure Village mixed-income community in the Upper Ninth Ward,  visited a family (Lillie Daniels and Ronald Craig) that used a HUD program (Housing Choice Voucher Homeownership Program) to become first-time homeowners, and met with city officials to get a briefing on New Orleans' ongoing [post-Hurricane Katrina] recovery

Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to New Orleans, Louisiana, where he toured some of the city's public housing communinties (including the Lafitte and C.J. Peete public housing developments), participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a community center near the new Abundance Square-Treasure Village mixed-income community in the Upper Ninth Ward, visited a family (Lillie Daniels and Ronald Craig) that used a HUD program (Housing Choice Voucher Homeownership Program) to become first-time homeowners, and met with city officials to get a briefing on New Orleans' ongoing [post-Hurricane Katrina] recovery

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Photo Creation Date: 6/30/2008 - 7/1/2008
Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to New Orleans, Louisiana, where he toured some of the city's public housing communinties (including the Lafitte and C.J. Peete public housing developments), participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a community center near the new Abundance Square-Treasure Village mixed-income community in the Upper Ninth Ward, visited a family (Lillie Daniels and Ronald Craig) that used a HUD program (Housing Choice Voucher Homeownership Program) to become first-time homeowners, and met with city officials to get a briefing on New Orleans' ongoing [post-Hurricane Katrina] recovery
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