The Mid-City Neighborhood Organization will meet Monday night at 6:30 p.m. at Warren Easton High School.
Councilmember LaToya Cantrell delivered a state of the district address Tuesday, one week prior to Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s state of the city address.
The next two weekends will be busy for school staff and volunteers, or ‘Dream-keepers’ as they call themselves, a tribute to the school’s namesake poet, as they work to raise money for the school.
The security district overlaps both the first and third districts, split by Carrollton Avenue, of the New Orleans Police Department.
The newly formed NOLA Trash Mob will meet again this Sunday, the group’s clean-up efforts will begin at North Jefferson Davis Parkway and Conti Street.
Bayou St. John residents eagerly await Fortier Festival, the festival with perhaps the smallest footprint, held on a tiny triangular block along Esplanade Avenue, reports NOLA Defender.
The Mid-City Security District will meet Thursday evening. MCSD commissioners have recently been discussing the development of a Virtual Neighborhood Watch, a network of surveillance cameras they would like to develop to enhance security in Mid-City.
Entergy officials took questions from concerned Mid-City residents and City Councilwoman LaToya Cantrell about a $3.4 million substation project on Tuesday night, but many who attended said their questions remain unanswered.
The newly formed NOLA Trash Mob will be out again this weekend, walking and cleaning the streets in Fairgrounds, and they are looking for volunteers.