Category Archives: Mid-City in the Media

MCSD Commended

Check out our very own MCSD officers on last night’s news. We are very proud of the progress our security district has been able to achieve. For more information on the Mid-City Security District visit their website.    

MCNO Neighborhood Meeting on Monday

Announcements: (approx 25 minutes) 1. Green Roots Community Garden (3minutes) 2. Lafitte Greenway update- Daniel Samuels of the Lafitte Greenway Steering Committee (5minutes) 3. Centanni House (5minutes) 4. Doughboy Sleeper WWI Monument (3minutes) 5. Morris Jeff Community School call for Design Input (3minutes) 6. Milano New School for International Affairs, Urban Policy and Management  (3minutes)Read More

Mignon Faget and Re-Bridge Join Forces for Preservation

  Mignon Faget and Re-Bridge Team Up to Help Raise Funds New Orleans, LA — Mignon Faget and Re-Bridge have teamed up to raise matching funds to rehabilitate the Magnolia and Dumaine Street Bridges. The Magnolia Bridge is an historic treasure and was recently named to the Louisiana Landmark Society’s coveted “New Orleans Nine” list.Read More

Porch Crawl Porch Makes the News!

Saturday, October 15th issue of the Times Picayune highlights a Mid-City Porch which will be a stop on the upcoming MCNO Porch Crawl on October 21st. Read an excerpt from the article below or Click Here for the Full Article. Mid-City porch is always the center of family activity ALL IN THE FAMILY: The houseRead More

WGSO 990 AM Series on Crime in New Orleans Begins Today

TODAY- THURSDAY on WGSO 990 AM radio at 5:00 PM Central “From the Ground Up”, a Live Topical Radio Discussion Series Focusing on Reducing Crime in Greater New Orleans. Host Live On The Air Brian Opert Today’s Topic: Crime Prevention / El Protector New Orleans Police Department Today’s Guest: Sgt. Michael A. LeVasseur, Commander Crime PreventionRead More

Mid-City Home Prices are RISING!

Metro Home Prices Fall, on Average, but “Star” Mid-City Bucks the Trend; Appreciates 15% In the August 21, 2011 Times Picayune, an article about data from the New Orleans Metropolitan Association of Realtors painted a sobering portrait. The average price per square foot (psf) of homes in the New Orleans area fell 5% in theRead More