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buckett5425 last won the day on May 23 2013

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  1. https://www.aera.net/Newsroom/Study-School-District-Secessions-in-the-South-Have-Deepened-Racial-Segregation-between-School-Systems
  2. Very subjective response! You ignore the facts I presented to your unsubstantiated opinion that the new MSY would increase demand at BTR, due to a perceived lack of planning, and instead focus on population centers to justify construction of a new airport for the BR Metro. Nice try! Good to see you haven't changed in all these years.
  3. I disagree. The existing terminal has 5,673 parking spaces on site. The new terminal will have 5,600 parking spaces on site and 2,400 economy spaces located at the old terminal. On-site parking will remain the same with a net increase of 2,400 parking spaces available on airport property. Accessing the terminal will be easier than it currently is for drivers from Baton Rouge. Drivers will exit Loyola, proceed one block and then enter the new airport access road. It's no secret accessing the current airport access road from Baton Rouge is a cluster and confusing. The center of population for the BR metro is south of the city. For those people, driving to MSY is often easier than fighting Baton Rouge I-10 traffic attempting to get to BTR.
  4. Center piece of a mixed-use development....single-use suburban building... I thought LSU had finally figured it out, I guess not.
  5. I think you're asking all the right questions, Mr. Bernham, and perhaps you'll find your answer soon enough.
  6. Google Maps content is managed by local users and I am pretty sure many of us have contributed. The city limits did change, however they are not accurate, nor were they previously accurate, so I would image someone is trolling the St. George promoters.
  7. Its refreshing to see a group, Be Fair BR, rally support for a cause the majority of the city supports. It will be interesting to see what cause they promote next, is this a reincarnation of the now defunct organization "Progress Is?" The ordinance is needed to protect individuals from demeaning statements such as, "...since indulging in sexual desires is now portrayed to be a vital necessity..."
  8. I think y'all meant to say corporations. haha
  9. Rent in Towne Center is through the roof. Also, Aristocracy is a destination store, their customer base will follow them where ever they are located and Towne Center does't provide much foot traffic outside their stores.
  10. ...and at the end of this silly thread, Baton Rouge still has traffic. Traffic caused by people who don't want anyone cutting thru their subdivision who doesn't live there, which forces every resident in the neighborhood, and other parts of the city to only use a handful of major arteries to get around town. I've already stated, i get it, if i wanted to live in a quite subdivision, I wouldnt want cars cutting thru my neighborhood either, but people need to understand that subdivisions with confusing layouts and few exit points CREATE traffic.
  11. You know what happens when you assume...
  12. ...and after all of this, you still haven't explained why you think the subdivisions along Perkins aren't an example of poor planning. I AM DYING TO KNOW! lawls
  13. Well, I would have preferred to say, "Normally when someone states their disagreement on a topic, they follow it with a rebuttal," but you aren't here to have discussions, you're here to leave one liners without actually addressing the topic... So I believed "lolz" would be a more appropriate response and judging by your reply, I would think it was. ^lolz
  14. "They all tie into Perkins" I would completely agree that there are far better examples for "vulgar" single-entrance subdivisions....however all the subdivisions along that stretch are a systemic example of poor planning.
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