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  • Broadmoor Residents Association: Welcome to the Broadmoor Residents’ Association web site! We are a Louisiana non-profit corporation and our objectives are to unite Broadmoor subdivision residents for the betterment of the area and to promote its general welfare and prosperity.
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  • Corps of Engineers – New Orleans: Responsibilities of the New Orleans District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, are almost entirely in civil works. Flood control, navigation and the environment are the big jobs. The district covers 30,000 square miles (map) of south Louisiana, from Alexandria to the Gulf. The Corps of Engineers has provided a work plan as directed by Congress for continuing work in fiscal year 2007 that includes about $228 million for the ongoing civil works program. The New Orleans District has also received $6.2 billion in supplemental funding since Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, including $5.7 billion for the Hurricane Protection System and Congress provided supplemental appropriations of $1.3 billion for the HPS on May 25, 2007.
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  • Federation of Greater Baton Rouge Civic Associations: The Garden District Civic Association is a member of the Federation. A board member usually attends its monthly meetings.
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  • Mid City Merchants: The merchants of Mid City welcome you to our presence on the web, and encourage you to come and experience the sights, sounds, and shopping of this unique neighborhood in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Click here to view a list of our merchants!
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  • Mid City Redevelopment Alliance: The mission of Mid City Redevelopment Alliance is to serve as a catalyst, facilitator and coordinator, to encourage the growth and renewal of the Mid City region of Baton Rouge by attracting new and retaining current businesses and residents.
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  • The Designsmith: Digital Graphics, Websites and Advertising and Garden District Resident.
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  • The Lakes District Eco-System Restoration: The Lakes District is located near the Louisiana State University in the City of Baton Rouge, the capital of the state of Louisiana, and is located on the East Bank of the Mississippi River. Baton Rouge is located approximately 80 miles northwest from the New Orleans Metropolitan Area and approximately 60 miles east of Lafayette, Louisiana. This area is shown on Figure 1, see attached map.
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