Dear Mid-City Porch Crawlers, Things are getting spooky in Mid-City and we hope you are all gearing up fun and festive evening tonight – Friday, October 18, 2019! Porch Crawl check-in will begin at 6:00 p.m. at NOLA Craft Culture (127 S. Solomon St., please enter on the Cleveland Ave. driveway) When you arrive, youRead More
This is the organizational notice of proposed revisions, removal and reorganization of this organization’s bylaws. There are 20 substantive revisions to the Bylaws (and a few clerical revisions where changing one bylaw number requires changing the following numbers). These are mostly clarifying in nature, such as itemizing specific definitions (proxy votes, for example) or separatingRead More
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Please see the following event detail for the ticket purchase info https://mcno.org/event/mid-city-neighborhood-organizations-11th-annual-porch-crawl/
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Save the date! Saturday, May 11th The first Mid-City neighborhood wide yard sale will take place. The event will feature several individual homes hosting yard sales throughout Mid-City. Stay tuned for more details about map availability. There is a small fee to register your yard sale and this will cover signage and advertising. $8= addressRead More
*****TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT***** Friday, October 19, 2018 6:00 PM Frey Meat Co. (4141 Bienville Street Suite 110) The Mid-City Neighborhood Organization (MCNO) is proud to host the tenth annual Mid-City Porch Crawl, a delightfully eccentric, distinctly adult, Halloween-oriented celebration. This year’s event will be held at Frey Meat Co. (where the kick-off party willRead More
The City Planning Commission has released the July 2014 Public Hearing Draft of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance and Maps. These documents are posted on the CPC’s website and should be delivered to the New Orleans Public Libraries by Monday, July 28. The City Planning Commission has tentatively scheduled public hearings for Tuesday, August 26th and Tuesday, SeptemberRead More