Jan 122013
 

The Dat Dog manager who was shot during a robbery attempt at the Freret Street store last month calls the bullet’s path through his shoulder a “miracle,” as he returns to work and discusses his support for a new $300-per-year tax on each property in the neighborhood to hire 24-hour private security patrols, according to a report by our partners at WWL-TV.

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  • http://twitter.com/sucktheheads Kim Ranjbar

    The only thing that bothers me about the idea of neighborhood security is that it will force poor folks out of the neighborhood just because they can’t afford to pay the extra $300. Improving the safety of the community better shouldn’t mean denying the less privileged.

  • Fat Harry

    Evidence that the proposed security district fee would “force poor folks out of the neighborhood”?