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In April 2017, Mayor Landrieu launched the city's first-ever equity strategy. The Equity Strategy seeks to address inequities due to economic, racial or geographic disparities that prevent New Orleans from growing to its full capacity.
Mayor Landrieu and City officials celebrated the reopening of the newly-renovated Nix Library. This investment includes technological upgrades, infrastructure changes and a new floorplan. Since 2010, the City of New Orleans has reopened, rebuilt, renovated or added 14 libraries.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu called the 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend a huge success and thanked the local, state and federal public safety agencies, public employees, the host committee, and the people of New Orleans for helping make it all possible.
A tornado hit the New Orleans East area on Tuesday, Feb. 7. Since then, the City has moved from response to recovery. Those impacted in Orleans Parish are now eligible for assistance from the federal government to help recover. For more information, visit ready.nola.gov
Mayor Landrieu, joined by elected officials and pay equity advocates, issued an executive order aimed at bringing the City of New Orleans closer to equal pay for women. The executive order is part of a larger equal pay strategy.
Mayor Landrieu joined Gov. John Bel Edwards and public safety officials to introduce a nearly $40 million package of public safety and homeland security investments that will help fight crime.
NEW ORLEANS—Today, the City of New Orleans released a national Request for Proposals (RFP) to find an operator to provide expanded homeless services at the former Veterans Affairs hospital. A nonprofit partner will be selected through a competitive process based on the organization’s experience and proven track record serving the homeless population. The RFP can be found here.
NEW ORLEANS – Today, Mayor Mitch Landrieu joined City and State officials, and community stakeholders to celebrate the completion of the $2.2 million Aubry Street Infrastructure Improvement Project. The construction stretched from North Broad Street to Gentilly Boulevard.
NEW ORLEANS – Tomorrow, Mayor Mitch Landrieu will join City and State officials, and community stakeholders to celebrate the completion of the $2.2 million Aubry Street Infrastructure Improvement Project. The construction stretched from North Broad Street to Gentilly Boulevard.
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