Some solar advocates told the council it should instead consider a moratorium on petrochemical projects.
Hutson has not consulted the court on recent jail violence, meetings on jail improvements.
One day after the Cantrell administration moved to terminate the reform agreement, the judge overseeing the department ordered additional scrutiny from a team of court-appointed monitors.
The suit is part of a broader effort to stop the construction of the large grain terminal.
Jonathan Rhodes quit effective Friday, according to the Mayor’s Office.
Grain elevator tax deal could cost St. John Parish more than $200 million over 30 years, analysis finds
Greenfield Louisiana inked a deal that allows it to pay a flat fee in lieu of taxes for decades.
Federal magistrate judge demands answers regarding ongoing discussions of jail retrofit alternative to Phase III
The court has ordered the city move forward on Phase III over opposition from Mayor Cantrell and Sheriff Hutson.
Alleged violations of special education law at the city’s largest charter network. An expensive tax deal in St. John Parish. And yes, we indeed have more Phase III content.
An interview with the architect by Martin Pedersen.
A letter from the person who reported witnessing a rape in progress in the French Quarter on July 26, 2022.
A talk with the congressman about the future of that troubled urban highway.
What does public safety look like for a high schooler in New Orleans? This is a question I wish teachers, elected officials and family members would ask more young people in the city.
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