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GV of Jon Bon Jovi Blvd FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Bayou Area's Habitat for Humanity family services and volunteer co-ordinator Michelle Miller and executive director Edwin Charles sat in one of its houses on Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, which is assigned to volunteers who come and help to renovate properties on the street FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Jon Bon Jovi playground FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Jon Bon Jovi playground FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Construction supervisor David Franklin in a house he???s currently renovating on Jon Bon Jovi Blvd FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Bayou Area's Habitat for Humanity executive director Edwin Charles FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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A house currently being renovated by Bayou Area's Habitat for Humanity on Jon Bon Jovi Blvd FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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GV of Jon Bon Jovi Blvd FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Bayou Area's Habitat for Humanity executive director Edwin Charles FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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GV of Jon Bon Jovi Blvd FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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One resident pointed out these signs in the gardens of some homes, saying: ''We now have renters rather than homeowners. They???re selling out to this company with these yellow signs and charging higher rents, $1900 a month, they???re having four or five families move in. We complain to the housing association, but who is there to complain to now???? FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Resident Tammy Cloud, who was the first one to move into the street FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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GV of Angel Lane FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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GV of Angel Lane FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Matthew McConaughey auctioned off his beloved vintage car and the proceeds built a playground on Angel Lane, but it closed down a few years later allegedly as youths were using the place to take drugs FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Long time resident Patricia McGinnis outside her home on Angel Lane - she???s a fan of Oprah???s and feels safe in the area, leaving her door unlocked and getting around everywhere on her bike FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Long time resident Patricia McGinnis outside her home on Angel Lane - she???s a fan of Oprah???s and feels safe in the area, leaving her door unlocked and getting around everywhere on her bike FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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GV of Angel Lane FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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A community center was finally built in 2014 but it largely remains empty as some residents complained that they don???t put on enough family and kids events FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Long time resident Patricia McGinnis outside her home on Angel Lane - she???s a fan of Oprah???s and feels safe in the area, leaving her door unlocked and getting around everywhere on her bike FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Shaka Picot fled Katrina, but believes that Oprah???s abandoned her project as she???s disappointed with how the houses have been built and expected them to be given to residents for free FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Angel Lane community center has built a herb garden at the back of the property FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Matthew McConaughey auctioned off his beloved vintage car and the proceeds built a playground on Angel Lane, but it closed down a few years later allegedly as youths were using the place to take drugs FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Resident Tammy Cloud, with her stepfather Joey Rideau and adopted son Ja-Kyne FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST
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Resident Tammy Cloud, with her stepfather Joey Rideau and adopted son Ja-Kyne FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST EXCLUSIVE: Oprah Winfrey and Jon Bon Jovi ???secretly??? built entire communities for Hurricane Katrina ???refugees??? in Houston and Louisiana yet some residents feel they???ve been ???abandoned??? by the stars while others see them as their saviours * The 65 families of Angel Lane, Houston, are nicknamed ???Oprah???s Angels??? - while Jon Bon Jovi built another street, named Jon Bon Jovi Blvd, for displaced NOLA residents in Houma * Now 14 years on, Angel Lane residents speak out, with some complaining of being ???abandoned??? by Winfrey, believing she was disappointed with how the project turned out and walked away * Some claim the area is now blighted with graffiti and social problems, but others defend Winfrey and are grateful for her building the homes, which have largely lasted the test of time * Matthew McConaughey donated a playground but that got closed down due to drug problems and now some residents have allegedly let their homes out to upto five families in three-bedroom homes, making thousands in rent * Meanwhile Jon Bon Jovi, worked alongside Winfrey and the charity Habitat for Humanity in Houma, with great success as the homes are well-maintained and residents are said to be happy * They???re not the only ones to quietly build new homes for Katrina victims - former NBA legend Kevin Garnett did the same in the city of Jackson, Mississippi * These stories are in stark contrast to the problems facing Brad Pitt???s charity Make It Right, whose homes have come under fire for being a serious health risk and are falling apart FULL TEXT UPON REQUEST

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