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 Chuck Dovale - “We weren't quite sure what the cause was and we felt we didn't have enough time left ... to pursue it any further.”
 Jim McIngvale - “What a nightmare. We had to bring back the French guys. We had to get it right this time.”
 Chuck Vale - “Water is coming up higher as you move east, and that is a very natural thing.”
 Jim McIngvale - “We're going to get the French guys back over here, give them some wine and get these courts back in the shape they're supposed to be in.”
 Lawrence Vale - “People say the city will recover, and the question is, whose city Is it the city that the tourists see or is it the broader city that really only came to the nation's consciousness after the hurricane”
 Chuck Vale - “All this is contingent upon Mother Nature.”
 Lawrence Vale - “We're trying to conceive of a system aimed at reuniting communities through communications technology, ... The Resilient City How Modern Cities Recover From Disaster.”
 Lawrence Vale - “One thing to remember is the sheer strength of inertia of investment that is in place -- aided in many cities by insurance companies and financial institutions, ... The Resilient City How Modern Cities Recover from Disaster.”
 Lawrence Vale - “A lot of talk at the time was, 'Well, there goes the wooden city. Now we can build something grander and more permanent, ... But it is precisely the old wooden city of New Orleans that people love.”
 Rich Carnevale - “We were at a point in our careers where it was time to come up with a succession plan.”
 Jim McIngvale - “I certainly understand the decision to pass the reins to others, because he has so many other community development activities on his plate.”
 Lawrence Vale - “That's what gives me the most confidence about its return. The cultural provenance of New Orleans stands out in a way that isn't true of other parts of the South. Having this identity that people care about could be critical, especially since there are events where the outside world looks in.”
 Lawrence Vale - “That's what gives me the most confidence about its return, ... The cultural provenance of New Orleans stands out in a way that isn't true of other parts of the South. Having this identity that people care about could be critical, especially since there are events where the outside world looks in.”
 Rich Carnevale - “It is important to have a new challenge and learn new ways of doing business. You can't hang onto something forever.”
 Chuck Vale - “Spring runoff is a concern. This year we had over 400 inches of snow. We are about 13-percent above average. Depending on how mother nature melts that snow there could be some problems.”