Courtney, Alicia, and Annette in North Gulfport compiling data from land surveys and the tax assessor\'s office.\r\n\r\nWe compiled this data on a database that will assist in both the economic redevelopment and the preservation of the character of this historically African-American community. Instead of demolishing older, local houses that sustained minimal or no damage from Katrina, some local land owners have donated these houses to the Land Trust in order that they be transplanted to vacant lots. These houses are then being refurbished and sold at cost, in order to promote ownership amongst those who might not otherwise be able to afford to buy their own property. The North Gulfport Community Land Trust is one of several initiatives in the movement to provide affordable housing to low-income residents of Gulfport displaced by Hurricane Katrina.\r\n\r\n\r\nFrom Brooklyn Law School students who spent their 2007 spring break volunteering in and around the Gulf Coast as part of the Student Hurricane Network.




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