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The City of New Orleans

Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu

News and Updates

Newsletter Archives from the Neighborhood Engagement Office

Neighborhood Leaders Spotlight: Troy Glover of St. Roch Improvement Association

October 9, 2017

by Greg Lawson, Deputy Director
Filed under: community, community service, neighborhood spotlight

This month's Neighborhood Spotlight is on Mr. Troy Glover, the dedicated president of St. Roch Improvement Association." The advice I would give to other neighborhood leaders is, don’t ever forget about the people, because if you don’t have the support, love and ownership from the folks that live in your neighborhood, you have nothing. It’s always about the people." Click the link below for our full interview with Mr. Glover. 

 

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City Hall Spotlight on Charles E. Allen III

October 9, 2017

by Ross Hunter, Neighborhood Liaison
Filed under: capacity building, community, community service, green, infrastructure, land use

This month's City Hall Spotlight is on Charles E. Allen III, Resilience Outreach Manager at the City's Office of Resilience and Sustainability. Mr. Allen has been a cherished partner to the Neighborhood Engagement Office, working day in and day out to educate residents on the importance of resilience in our communities. Click the link below to read our interview with Mr. Allen.

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September's Neighborhood Leaders Roundtable

September 28, 2017

by Ross Hunter, Neighborhood Liaison
Filed under: capacity building, community, green

The Neighborhood Engagement Office hosted their quarterly Neighborhood Leaders Roundtable on Saturday, September 23rd in Ochsner Baptist’s Café De Lis. This year’s theme was Sustainable Water Management: Moving Forward with Resilience. 118 leaders from across the city observed presentations by Mayor Mitch Landrieu, CAO and Chief Resilience Officer Jeffrey Hebert, and the Office of Resilience and Sustainability. 

Following these presentations, leaders had the opportunity to ask some very pertinent and well thought out questions on behalf of their communities.

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Adopt-A-Catch Basin District Clean-Ups

September 25, 2017

by Sherae M. Hunter, Senior Liaison
Filed under: basin, catch, community, community service, neighborhood, volunteers

Adopt-a-Catch Basin: 
District Clean-ups

Please join the Neighborhood Engagement Office for catch basin clean-up days each Saturday in October in a designated council district. Volunteers and residents will work together to clear vegetation and debris from around catch basins in their respective neighborhoods. 

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