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Code Enforcement Update

This week’s Code Enforcement Hearings appeared to be a win for Mid-City, even though some residents left, frustrated, because they had to wait so long to testify. MCNO is working with other neighborhood organizations to urge the city to fine tune the process. In the meantime, below are the results of this week’s code enforcement [...]

Quick Code Enforcement Update

Of the 40 MCNO properties that passed through Code Enforcement Court today and yesterday, the majority were fined for violations. A few owners that had begun renovation appeared, and MCNO supported them. Others were given an extension due to hardship or unusual circumstances. The remainder – by far the majority – were found guilty. A [...]


SAVE THE DATE: Monday, July 6, 6-8pm Grace Episcopal Church, 3700 Canal Street A quick reminder that we will host a BBQ picnic tonight in place of our normally scheduled neighborhood meeting. This annual event is a thank you to Mid-City Neighborhood Organization members and other Mid-City residents for their support during the year. We [...]

Tonight! Participate in Master Planning Process

URGENT – REMINDER – MID-CITY MASTER PLANNING SESSION TONIGHT!!!! This is your chance to express your opinion regarding the proposed land uses in the District 4 portion of the Master Plan. Jesuit High School, 4133 Banks St. April 22, 2009 6pm to 9pm

Mid-City and the Master Plan Draft

Neighborhoods Partnership Network is featuring an article on Mid-City’s reaction to the current draft of the city’s Master Plan. Read it here.

Draft Land Use for Master Plan

WE NEED YOUR INPUT!!! April Neighborhood Meeting (April 6; 6:30pm at Grace Episcopal, 3700 Canal Street) will focus on the Master Plan. Come and Share Your Opinion!!! The official District 4 Planning Meeting is Wednesday, April 22, from 6-9pm at Jesuit High School. On Friday, March 20, planning firm Goody Clancy posted the Draft Master [...]

Shots Fired Last Night and Living in New Orleans

This morning, someone posted to the MCNO Yahoo! Group about a “shooting” in the 3500 block of Palmyra. From the comments, it appeared to be a question of something that sounded like shots being fired, not necessarily a shooting. This opened up a dialogue about the relative merits of continuing to live in the city. [...]