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Public Hearing Draft Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance Released

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

Community Meeting on Middle Belt Railroad

Get the latest on the dangerous freight rail proposed for our neighborhoods. Learn about the NEPA process, what happens next, and how you can take action. Talk about what a freight rail carrying hazardous material means for your health, safety, home, business and community. COMMUNITY MEETING Thursday, August 14, 2014, 7pm Esperanza School, 4407 SouthRead More

Recap from last night's Neighborhood Meeting

MCNO Monthly Meeting August 12, 2013 Warren Easton High School 3019 Canal Street 6:00 PM – 6:30 PM         Mid-City Meet and Greet Blue Oak BBQ sponsored tonight’s meeting and provided a delicious taste of what they hope to provide to Mid-Citizens out of their proposed location on Bienville and Bernadotte (formerly Yang’s PoBoys). 6:30 PMRead More

Hazardous Waste Drop off June 8th

CITY OF NEW ORLEANS – DEPARTMENT OF SANITATION HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS MATERIALS COLLECTION DAY SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 2013 FROM 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 1:00 P.M. 2829 ELYSIAN FIELDS AVENUE FOR ORLEANS PARISH RESIDENTS ONLY PROOF OF RESIDENCY REQUIRED: VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE OR BRAKE TAG ITEMS ACCEPTED ON JUNE 8TH ONLY: *PESTICIDES *ANTIFREEZE *DRAINO, BLEACH*GARDEN CHEMICALS *PAINT (LatexRead More

Mid-City Crime Walk May 29th 6pm

The First District NOPD will be hosting an Anti Crime Walk in Mid-City on May 29, 2013 @ 6:00pm. The Walk will start at Ulloa & S. Pierce and continue down Ulloa to S. Carrollton, turn right on S. Carrollton, down S. Carrollton to Baudin, turn right on Baudin, down Baudin to S. Scott, turn leftRead More

Volleyball Courts on the Bayou

The Sewerage and Water Board has recently issued a request for proposals for a lot that is located on Bayou St John.  The Mid-City Volleyball Group (those guys who play volleyball every Saturday on the Bayou, rain or shine) submitted a proposal to develop community sand volleyball courts to further their purpose in providing fun,Read More

Morris Jeff Community School Spring Fair

A message from the Morris Jeff Community School in Mid-City: Morris Jeff Community School invite you to join us for our 3rd Annual Feria de Primavera (Spring Fair). MJCS has received an amazing level of support from area business owners for the Feria, which will be held this Saturday, May 11th, at First Grace UnitedRead More