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March 24, 2005


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San Antonio Mobile Center Open from May 21st thru May 26th

The Road Home program will be opening a Mobile Housing Assistance Center in San Antonio, TX on Monday, May 21st. The center will operate until Saturday, May 26th. There will be an Open House on Monday, May 14th from 6-9 pm at the Norris Conference Centers, located at Crossroads Mall, 4522 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio, TX 78201. All Louisiana homeowners are encouraged to come out to meet with the Road Home Staff, tour the facility and schedule appointments to meet with a housing advisor. There will be staff present at the open house to answer questions about the program and to assist homeowners with the completion and/or filing of applications to The Road Home program. For more information visit or call 1-888-ROAD-2-LA.

"We are making every effort to reach all eligible homeowners and ensure that they can move through the system as quickly as possible," said Michael Taylor, director of the Disaster Recovery Unit, Office of Community Development. "It’s vitally important that Louisiana homeowners who are living in South West Texas call the program to file their applications and make an appointment at the San Antonio center."

Louisiana residents currently residing in San Antonio or the Southwest Texas area who have applied to the program, but have not yet scheduled their appointments may do so by calling 1.888.ROAD.2.LA and choosing prompt #4. Homeowners who have made appointments at a Louisiana center have the option to reschedule those appointments at the San Antonio location by also calling that number.


Regarding the AT&T and Pearl Jam censorship incident, while AT&T is definitely no friend - and could convincingly be argued to be an outright enemy - of the American consumer, American citizenry, its own customers and serving American military personnel, neither is Pearl Jam qualified to say squat about politics or the presidency. One is utterly devoid of common decency in free enterprise, the other utterly devoid of common sense in free speech. What a particularly rotten combination.

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