Gearing up for next year’s election, Councilmember Susan Guidry will host a fundraiser at Ralph’s on the Park April 23. The City Council election takes place Feb. 1, with a runoff March 15 if necessary.
The Neighborhood Conservation District Committee voted Monday to demolish a property at 635 South Lopez.
Bienville Avenue may see a restored community grocery store and five-unit housing if property owners have their wishes. Multiple properties on the 2400 block of Bienville Avenue are on the docket for zoning changes at Tuesday’s City Planning Commission hearing.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu joined the Young Leadership Council and the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development to announce the completion of improvements to the New Orleans Terminal Railroad Bridge. The bridge crosses I-10 at approximately the Orleans Parish line and Landrieu called it the “gateway to the city” for Super Bowl visitors.
When Jacob Ginsberg was assigned to write about a historic marker of his choice, he was disappointed to learn there was no marker at the site of former Pelican Stadium. “I got out here and imagine how surprised I was to see nothing,” he recounted, “where there was a 20,000-plus seat stadium.” Almost eight years Read More…
A proposal for a gas station with alcohol sales at Tulane Avenue and Carrollton Avenue was withdrawn Wednesday night, a day before it was to appear before the City Council with some opposition, officials said Thursday morning.
An idea to map the crime cameras in the Mid-City Security District has grown into a project that may create a network of neighborhood homes and businesses with cameras that the district police could monitor, officials said Thursday.
As construction progresses toward a June opening for Mid-City Market, recent additions to the Carrollton Avenue development include a Panera Bread and an Ochsner Clinic location, officials say. “Mid-City Market is transforming a site that has been, for too long, an eyesore on a major thoroughfare in the Mid-City neighborhood,” said District A Councilwoman Susan Read More…