Mr. Louis J. Capo, Director of Real Estate, Recreational & Non-Flood Assets

Mr. Louis J. Capo, Director of Real Estate, Recreational & Non-Flood Assets

The Orleans Levee District (the District) was established by Act 93 of the 1890 General Assembly (Legislature) of the State of Louisiana. The District is primarily responsible for the operation and maintenance of levees, embankments, seawalls, jetties, breakwaters, water basins, and other hurricane and flood protection improvements surrounding the City of New Orleans, including the southern shores of Lake Pontchartrain and along the Mississippi River. The District is responsible for the maintenance of 104.8 miles of levees and floodwalls, 200 floodgates, 103 flood valves, and two flood control structures.

Mr. Capo had a Power Point Presentation on the many projects both with the Flood Division and Non-Flood Division that have been ongoing since Hurricane Katrina. 

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