It’s the fifth charter where employees have sought union recognition in the post-Katrina era.
As of Friday morning, there were about 430 applications. Use our map to see where they are.
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More are coming in every day as April 1 approaches. That's when the city's regulations on short-term rentals go into effect.
Members of the Louisiana Oystermen Association said the state should reject it because of the company’s history of problems.
Orleans Parish School Board members don’t appear concerned about the employees’ involvement in a charter application.
ReNEW was formally notified of the violation Tuesday.
The schedule was set by the state board of education, and districts had to get permission to divert from it.
Until now, the selection process has taken place in private, which appears to violate the state Open Meetings Law.
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