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Mayor Mitch Landrieu signed an executive order aimed at clarifying to the nation that New Orleans is a welcoming city where discrimination in any form is not tolerated.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced he will propose two pay raises for New Orleans Police Department officers of all rank, beginning with a five percent pay raise on July 1, 2015, and another five percent pay raise for officers on January 1, 2016.
Upon the City Council adopting the ordinances and lease related to the redevelopment of 2 Canal Street with Carpenter/Woodward (Four Seasons), Mayor Mitch Landrieu affixed his signature to the ordinances and the lease for the project at a signing ceremony.
First Lady Michelle Obama joined Mayor Mitch Landrieu and about 200 leaders from across government, industry and the non-profit sector to recognize New Orleans for becoming the first major city in America to end Veteran homelessness.
Mayor Landrieu, City and State officials, FEMA and Bayou Secret, LLC celebrated the reopening of the historic St. Roch Market, which was damaged during Hurricane Katrina. In total, the new St. Roch Market will feature 13 individual vendors.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu and City officials unveiled a robust package of recreation and job opportunities that are available to New Orleans youth this summer.
Find out how to join the New Orleans Police Department team and be part of the important fight against crime in New Orleans.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu and NOPD Superintendent Michael Harrison will announce the start of NOPD Recruit Class #172. The recruits will undergo 26 weeks of training, including 886.5 hours of POST certified training.
Today, Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced a new comprehensive strategy to connect disadvantaged job seekers and businesses to new opportunities.
NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans City Hall and City offices will be closed Monday, May 25, 2015, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.
NEW ORLEANS – Today, Mayor Mitch Landrieu issued an executive order aimed at clarifying to the nation that New Orleans is a welcoming city where discrimination in any form is not tolerated.
NEW ORLEANS — In response to a report issued by the Metropolitan Crime Commission (MCC) today that erroneously links the downward trend in overall arrests to NOPD force size, City officials explained the reduction in arrests is the direct result of smarter policies adopted and implemented by the City over the past five years.
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