Antoinette Davalos, owner of Baby’s Snack Box in Treme



Antoinette Davalos is the owner of Baby's Snack Box on Orleans Avenue in Treme.

 "Yeah, I guess I'm excited. I'm not sure if I'll use it because I'm not really from the area, so when I do travel, it's in a car. We may take a stroll, who knows?

  "It should help bring more business, people stopping by on their way. Maybe a quick drink, water, a soda, stuff like that. It's a possibility (that it will help develop the neighborhood), because you'll have a lot of different people visiting, traveling, and maybe they'll like the area and want to move in. The housing development has helped business.

  "I didn't really know much about [the Greenway]. I hear it through news or whatever, but I never really researched to see the whole plan of it or anything like that. No one really contacted me about it."

New Orleanians talk about the Lafitte Greenway

Emelda Paul, founding member of Sojourner Truth Neighborhood Center

Susan Guidry, District A City Councilwoman

• Antoinette Davalos, owner of Baby’s Snack Box in Treme

Sarah Olivier, program manager for the Trust for Public Land

Andreanecia Morris, executive with Providence Community Housing

Jay Nix, owner of Parkway Tavern & Bakery

Mary Matthews, treasurer of Friends of Lafitte Corridor

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