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Hasn't done that.
Can -- down here with us from the Army Corps of Engineers and that -- working on these -- for.
Seven years and bush and before that many decades -- what's that they can.
But they with the big differences are big differences prior to Katrina -- we -- -- a system in name only we did have a system.
Since then congress two administrations have followed up with the funding given us all the -- we need -- front -- we've been able to make great strides in a short period types of systems ready to defend.
Against a hundred -- storm now this is -- hundred years -- -- so what we're really looking at this time as the number of different things and and especially fighting the rain event -- what you mentioned.
You know earlier the rain event itself you mentioned -- to -- some -- -- -- -- that we -- last time.
Different situation this time that we have and each one of our helpful canals where this city pledge -- explain it city pumps or water into the outlook canals.
Before it just naturally gravity when and the like concentrate where water could have been there.
We've put three.
Basically gates at -- of those -- -- -- how we can propagate to pump out.
So we can keep up with the city of the water out and it also stops that storm surge -- How we're talking about the possibility of 1520 inches of water over 36 hours in the -- handle that in the -- it -- after the -- stick it yeah absolutely what you'll do is we have people embedded with the city and we have people that are -- our pump stations.
Will work both of them together in Tampa make sure we have everything going.
We also the world's largest pump station down in.
-- plaque and is now.
That thing can pop some story Phillips roomful of assessment of what we're seconds so we have we -- the public Olympic size swimming pool -- for second shot.
Yes he edited -- time where I've been down -- cause plaque and it just got beat L last time and this was part of a solution for black.
Absolutely let me -- the other thing that's kind of cool about -- -- to talk to the relationships.
That we built since Katrina and everybody trying to work together we have to close 23 last night's start working on closure 23.
President and gestured at one believe any of the folks it's really none gusted at the parish president thank you for -- -- debt itself.
The idea was how we gonna get those people that want to stay -- at the last minute.
So we're able to actually close it and then right now working on -- -- in and out of there so those -- just keep coming never seen a quarter to score.
But you know I don't think I have different mindset would like an episode of Walking Dead and it kinda doesn't mean -- like he expects hobbies at any point but yet.
No I've never seen is terrific -- it came up.
Commissioner visitor bureau president here in the building and -- stand here and -- -- over Algiers which would be closer options that she has never seen anything like it's.
I really haven't either I think this is the -- hurricane covered here since the late eighties.
And most of we're category ones and don't do much and people just party right through them -- not happen -- that employees have gone home.
I think what's happened this too is the mayor people who listened to -- -- When he says the new mayor this time a note no more mayor Nagin now -- -- inland through that everybody know.
Right and he's he's had a very very aggressive campaign would get out talking to people -- not explain what what they needed you probably need to prepare.
I heard him -- is.
-- -- -- -- -- Talked about if you the other day at a press conference if -- -- in -- electricity.
This might be a good time to evacuate because you might need to be someplace where you have electricity -- dialysis or something like there might be due to leave but.
People listen over the people that that don't feel comfortable left.
But I think a lot of it would just hunker down a place.
Think there's there's there's the hurt -- partisan house this -- skins must thank you.
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