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508 Fonda St

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Paradis, LA 70080

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2502 8 Th St

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Harvey, LA 70058

91 Westbank Expy Ste 600

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Gretna, LA 70053

4164 Privateer Blvd

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Barataria, LA 70036

7807 Airline Dr

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Metairie, LA 70003

18039 Highway 15

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Pointe A La Hach, LA 70082

818 Westbank Expy

Westwego, LA 70094

1201 Bayou Rd

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Saint Bernard, LA 70085

14394 River Rd

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New Sarpy, LA 70078

10833 River Rd

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Ama, LA 70031

2538 Williams Blvd

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Kenner, LA 70062

2447 Highway 18

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Edgard, LA 70049

495 Historic Main St

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Garyville, LA 70051

4535 Westbank Expy

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Marrero, LA 70072

2747 Highway 20

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Vacherie, LA 70090

129 Central Ave

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Reserve, LA 70084

3340 Paris Rd

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Chalmette, LA 70043

37823 Highway 23

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Buras, LA 70041

417 E Main St

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Gramercy, LA 70052

18039 Highway 15

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Port Sulphur, LA 70082

17242 Highway 90

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Des Allemands, LA 70030

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Paradis is a census-designated place (CDP) in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 1,252 at the 2000 census. Edouard Paradis, originally from Quebec, Canada, came down in 1856 to provide crossties for the railroads being constructed in St. Charles Parish. Edouard Paradis died in 1902. In 1906, his widow sold the town's site to Ortman W. Crawford, who requested permission to name the community "Paradis". Investors from Illinois, led by Julius Funk, developed plans for a model community at Paradis. They donated property for what became known as the Youngs School, a four-room school named for Dr. Luther Youngs (a school board member), and paid half the cost for it, the school at the time being largest in the system. The development plan for Paradis also included an attempt to relocate the parish seat of government to Paradis, and the addition of a high school, sidewalks and street lighting. Eventually, only the sidewalks and street lights became reality, and most of that has since disappeared.[1]

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