Come to the City Council chambers this Friday to express any sentiments you may have on the dismantling of Lower Mid-City - and call your Council Member and the Mayor to demand a moratorium on further demolitions until financial and legal irregularities can be addressed!
Residents of the LSU/VA Footprint are not currently scheduled to present at the meeting, even though the meeting is being held for their benefit. The City Council's own earlier April resolution mandates that it hold regular meetings with residents in the LSU/VA Footprint to inform them as to what is being done to their neighborhood.
NEW ORLEANS City Council:
SPECIAL HOUSING & HUMAN NEEDS COMMITTEE MEETING
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2010 @ 10:00 AM
The City Council Housing and Human Needs Committee will hold a “Special” meeting on Friday, October 8, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. in the City Council Chamber on the first floor of City Hall. The items offered for committee meetings are subject to approval by the committee chairperson.
The agenda item(s) are as follows:
I. Presentation by the Administration regarding the status of the Veterans Administration Medical Center project’s property demolitions, acquisitions, and relocations, as required by Council Motion
10-193: Number of closings, the scope of agreements reached, disputes, and the funds expended to
Presenter: Brenda Breaux, Chief Deputy City Attorney
For information regarding this meeting, please contact: Theresa Becher at 504-658-1020 or Donna Johnson at 504-658-1095