Dear Mr. Marcello

October 1st, 2010 by Editor B

1025 Bienville St Suite 5
New Orleans LA 70112

Dear Mr. Marcello,

My wife and I recently purchased a house nearby, and we have been very happy to see the renovation activity at 4337-4339 Banks Street. In fact, I supported the zoning change you recently sought for that property, though some of my neighbors did not. I believe a commercial designation is appropriate at that location.

The only reason I’m writing is to provide a friendly reminder that there are regulations regarding lead paint removal. I noted today that sanding efforts are underway. It is my hope hope that you will follow the legal guidelines. In fact we hope you will take whatever steps are necessary to ensure lead paint does not further contaminate the neighborhood.

I am enclosing a photo of my daughter so that you will understand my concern. Lead is especially harmful to children, and our daughter was diagnosed with poisoning last year. That is one reason we sold our old house and bought this new one.

Obviously we wish to protect her from further exposure to lead and are willing to do whatever it takes to ensure her future health and safety. If you wish to discuss this matter further please contact me at your convenience.

Sincerely,

4 Responses to “Dear Mr. Marcello”

  1. rickngentilly Says:

    good luck with that one guys.

    lil’ ‘mater don’t give a rats ass about nobody but his boys.

    i hope im wrong about this one.

    email erster some time and ask him what he thinks.

  2. dsb nola Says:

    Uh … Marcello? Really? Carlos’ son?

  3. c dub Says:

    No, his nephew.

  4. b.rox » Blog Archive » Loose Endz Says:

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