Mayor heads to Council District D to get citizen input on budget priorities for 2015 spending plan.
Continuing his tour of the City Council districts, tonight's uptown meeting seeks more budget input.
Mayor Landrieu wants to give managers more power in how employees are hired, promoted and evaluated.
At the previous two meetings, residents have said the city should find new sources of revenue before raising their property taxes.
Pentagon program puts materiel in hands of local law-enforcement agencies, similar to police in Ferguson, Missouri.
Expect complaints about city streets.
Louisiana has the highest rate of gun homicides for young people in the country.
For years, the NRA has dominated public debate over gun regulations, with millions in the bank and millions of members. But in the past two years, the gun control movement has gotten more organized and raised more money.
The city has to pay big bills for firefighters’ pensions and to reform and police department and jail.
Mark Peneguy, who's not on the committee, said the city is wasting Wisner money on its anti-violence efforts.