Category Archives: Monthly Neighborhood Meetings

Notice of proposed bylaw changes for 2019

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

MCNO Board Nomination

MCNO Board Elections will be held on January 14th at our regular neighborhood meeting which is held at Warren Easton High School, from 6:30-7:30 (Second Monday). If you would like to nominate yourself, or someone you know for the MCNO Board, please send your nomination to or complete the following form. Anyone who livesRead More

What you missed at the N'hood Meeting

The following are my notes from Monday’s MCNO Monthly Meeting.  Hope to see you at the next meeting October 8th at Warren Easton and every month on the second Monday! September 10, 2012 6:30PM – 6:50PM           Welcome & Announcements –          MCNO 4th Annual Porch Crawl – October 19th Sponsorships are still available. –          PRC SellabrationRead More

Council District B and Mayor Landrieu to Speak TODAY about Budget

Mayor Mitch Landrieu and Council District B Representative are hosting a District B Community Meeting to discuss 2013 budgeting process. The meeting will be held at the Jewish Community Center at 5342 St. Charles Avenue from 6:00-8:00. Wish this did not coincide with the MCNO neighborhood meeting tonight at Warren Easton tonight at 6:30-8:00 whereRead More

Neighborhood Meeting Monday 6pm at Warren Easton

Join us for the June Neighborhood Meeting at Warren Easton. Meet and Greet starts at 6:00pm, regular agenda begins at 6:30pm. Meet Interim Dist B councilwoman, Diana Bajoie, who will come to introduce herself and her staff. Other topics to be discussed include: Updates on recent MCNO positions before CPC, BZA and NCDC (includes LAM-KING)Read More

Healthcare Assessment Survey

The NOAIDS Taskforce made a presentation at the April Neighborhood Association Meeting announcing that they are looking into expanding their health services in Mid-City. Currently, the NOAIDS Taskforce has been successful in providing HIV/AIDS testing and treatment to residents of New Orleans but they have identified a need for better access to healthcare in theRead More