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Though the city government of New Orleans may applaud itself for removing four of its most egregious monuments, Take 'Em Down NOLA and its affiliates refuse to stop until all symbols of white supremacy are removed from our city. “The conference was a big step forward for the broader Take 'Em Down ...
Apparently, this arcane arm of New Orleans government is as well hidden as the likeness of General Lee. The public should be concerned when any government official acts to limit political speech. It seems like some clarity is in order regarding the city's policies, and we must wonder why a mural no more ...

Apparently, this arcane arm of New Orleans government is as well hidden as the likeness of General Lee. The public should be concerned when any government official acts to limit political speech. It seems like some clarity is in order regarding the city's policies, and we must wonder why a mural no more ...
Dragging things out benefits Landrieu's national stature, though not the incoming New Orleans government, which should be focused on the quality of life matters that will be left festering on their doorstep. While many historic preservation activists will be relieved that their adversary is passing the buck on to ...
New Orleans government officials and Mardi Gras krewe leaders have apparently been discussing ways to improve parading practices in 2018. City Hall asserts that parades need to be shorter for a bunch of seemingly sensible financial, safety and traffic-flow reasons. But part of the plan the city and krewes ...
Nashville prosecutor picked as next New Orleans government watchdog. Updated December 21, 2017 at 4:23 PM ; Posted December 21, 2017 at 4:22 PM. City Hall in downtown New Orleans on Thursday, January 12, 2017. (Photo by Chris Granger, Nola.com | The Times-Picayune). Comment. 0 shares. By The Associated ...

Several members said Harper brought a “CEO's mentality” to the position but would have a steep learning curve to build relationships and understanding of New Orleans government and its many ancillary boards and commissions. In supporting Schwartz, Cowan said, “Mr. Harper brings more breadth and ...
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A Tennessee prosecutor has been chosen as the next inspector general for New Orleans. Derry Harper, an assistant district attorney general in Nashville, was chosen for the job Wednesday by the city's Ethics Review Board. Harper replaces Ed Quatrevaux as the city's independent ...
Mayor Mitch Landrieu and Mayor-Elect LaToya Cantrell announced their point people who will shepherd the lengthy handoff of New Orleans' government over the next five months. John Pourciau, Cantrell's chief of staff, will begin putting together the transition team in the coming weeks, Cantrell announced ...
Under New Orleans' next mayor, will you have to 'pay to play' at City Hall? Updated November 6, 2017 at 2:28 PM ; Posted November 6, 2017 at 1:27 PM. Mayor Mitch Landrieu instituted changes to how companies do business with New Orleans' government.( AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin ). Comment. 0 shares. By Richard ...

Locations that have submitted proposals range from established tech hubs like Boston, Massachusetts to one Georgia town that has offered land for a new City of Amazon, the report says. Arkansas, Hawaii and Vermont were among states with no proposals. Here in New Orleans, government and economic ...
During the 1960 presidential campaign between John Kennedy and Richard Nixon, televised debates were used for the first time. There was a total of four, each focused on different topics; all presented an opportunity to answer on a wide range of issues. As innovative as the debates were, it would eventually be noted that ...
More than three full hours passed after the flooding began until we heard a peep from the government of New Orleans. It wasn't until after 5:30 in the evening that the Landrieu Administration released to the public an official statement listing blocked and dangerous intersections. The listed blocked and ...
For the past seven years, a diverse coalition of civic groups has quietly worked to help chart the course of New Orleans government, getting candidates in municipal elections to agree to pursue specific goals and then tracking how well the winners live up to their promises. But that coalition, Forward New ...
The Confederacy won't be honored by the New Orleans government any longer. Four city monuments erected in support of the Confederacy's legacy—which includes protecting slavery and bolstering white supremacy—have been ordered to be taken down. The first monument to go was the “Liberty Place” ...
The New Orleans inspector general's office has previously indicated that investigators will look into whether Sens flouted city contracting rules when he hired Renee Gusman as a counselor for a drug court he established last year. Renee Gusman earned about $28,000 working with people arrested for ...
New Orleans municipal government isn't limited to the departments and agencies that everyone has heard of, in fact, some of the more than 150 boards, commissions and other public entities at work in the city are downright obscure. But even panels that aren't household names do important jobs and ...


 

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