The Office of Inspector General and two top New Orleans officials are under an Ethics Review Board investigation after a city employee alleged they conspired to discredit her. Parking Administrator Zepporiah Edmonds said believes the officials retaliated against her for complaining about what she saw as a contract-steering scheme.
Our expanded map features statewide, legislative and selected local races. New for the general election: precinct-level results for Jefferson, St. Tammany, East Baton Rouge, Lafayette and Caddo parishes. And, of course, Orleans.
Though it doesn't quite back up its implication that Vitter missed the vote because of the call.
The shifting balance between suburbs and the city provides an opportunity for regional thinking.
Development company says it's worked for two years with another group to reach consensus.
Effort mimics state measure, and all on board have recently filed forms with the state.
Despite a city law demanding that the mayor consider demographics to ensure that boards and commissions reflect the city’s population, Mitch Landrieu appears to have passed over female and Hispanic nominees to the city’s Ethics Review Board. Separately, some Ethics Board members haven't disclosed possible conflicts of interest.
Our map will update as the Secretary of State's office counts votes Saturday night, starting shortly after 8 p.m. CT. We're tracking the governor's race, all other statewide races, and a few of interest to New Orleans — including the French Quarter sales tax increase.
Attorney for the office said no data was taken, and site will move to more secure domain.
Board members have never turned in forms disclosing sources of income.