"Entergy throws our heritage into the dumpster." That's what Ashley Morris said about the thoughtless destruction of street name tiles set in the concrete of many New Orleans street corners.
"You're a damned public monopoly, guaranteed to make a profit," Ashley wrote. "Make it right. It's all important."
Once they were caught, of course Entergy promised to make it right in a letter published in The Times-Picayune.
Other NOLA Bloggers followed up on the story, including here and here.
That was more than a year ago.
So now we have a progress report from Oyster. Before you click on that link to get an update, do you want to guess what has happened since April 25, 2008, the day Entergy publicly promised in no uncertain terms that "tiles will be replaced"?