Both the VA and LSU Footprints fall within a much, much larger overall development footprint - a legislatively defined district known as BioDistrict New Orleans (also known to some as GNOBEDD).
While I've touched on the BioDistrict tangentially, it hasn't been the overarching focus of this blog. Still, since the first of the year, a number of developments related to the district have been underway.
SaveCharityHospital.com put up a post today that summarizes a number of the developments and the concerns, devoting attention and time to the matters that Inside the Footprint - and the mainstream media - haven't been covering in the depth that they deserve. Even if you don't agree with all of the SaveCharityHospital.com stances, the post is quite informative.