One nation under GOD!

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Audio files:

Grand Isle Mayor David Camardelle

Grand Isle Mayor David Camardelle (long)

Iberia Parish President Will Langlinais

Lafourche Parish Sheriff Craig Webre

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin

Jefferson Parish President Aaron Broussard (After the storm on Meet the Press)

Fox News Report asking why a resident is not evacuating

 

 

Hurricane Links:

 

National Hurricane Center

National Weather Service

Hydrolic Information Center (river flooding)

 

Iberia Parish Resources:

Office of Emergency Preparedness 

337.369.4427/4429

(8:00 - 4:30)

337.369.9956

Fax

Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office

337.369-3714

City of New Iberia

337.369.2300

Iberia Parish School Board

337.365.2341

City Park Shelter

337.369.2337

West End Park

337.369.2394

United Way

337.364.0424

SMILE

337.369.9387

KATC Help Line

337.236.6333

FEMA

111 Liberty St. Lafayette, LA (Off Kaliste Saloom)

1.800.621.FEMA

 (Evacuees call to establish claim)

Salvation Army

337.235.2407

 1.800.725.2769

Food Stamp Hotline

1.800.256.1548

Search & Rescue

225.925.770/09

Road Closures

1.866.438.4636

Attorney General's Fraud Line

1.800.488.2770

Hotel Information

1.800.994.8626

United Way

337.364.0424

Make all donations to United Way Disaster Fund of Iberia Parish. These donations will help people in Iberia Parish. 

 

American Red Cross

Red Cross: 1-800-HELP-NOW

101 N. Pat Street, Scott, LA 70583

Email: mailto:tcredeur@acadianaredcross.org

Phone: 337.234.7371

Fax:     337.234.7694

http://www.dauphine.net/acadiana/redcross/

 

Other Relief Organizations:

Episcopal Relief & Development: 1-800-334-7626

United Methodist Committee on Relief: 1-800-554-8583

Salvation Army: 1-800-SAL-ARMY

Catholic Charities: 1-800-919-9338

FEMA Charity Tips

National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster

Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

`New iberia recreation department cancellations

       

`national next of kin registry

       

`Social security benefits

       

Statement of Governor Kathleen Babineaux Blanco Regarding Congressional
Testimony of former FEMA Director Mike Brown

September 27, 2005

"Mike Brown testified today, under oath, that I did not include Orleans,
Jefferson and Plaquemines parishes in my original disaster declaration request
sent to the President on August 28.  In fact, that request did include 14
parishes in southeast Louisiana, including Orleans, Jefferson and Plaquemines.

"Mr. Brown further suggested that I did not order an evacuation of New Orleans
until Sunday, Aug. 28.  In fact, the evacuation was ordered on the morning of
Saturday, August 27. Within 48 hours, 1.3 million citizens - representing more
than 90 percent of the region -- were safely evacuated in the state's
extraordinarily effective evacuation plan that included early use of contraflow
on the interstate system.

"Such falsehoods and misleading statements, made under oath before Congress,
are shocking. It clearly demonstrates the appalling degree to which Mr. Brown
is either out of touch with the truth or reality.

"Today's hearing only supports the need for a thorough, non-partisan
investigation of this event."

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KANE Request Line:
(337) 367-1240

KANE Business Line:
(337) 365-3434