Squandered Heritage Vintage

Code Enforcement

1229 Constance

There will be a presentation of the Code enforcement program

Let’s hope they include HANO and City owned properties


February 13, 2008

TO: Councilmember Stacy S. Head, Co-Chairperson, District “B”
Councilmember Cynthia Willard-Lewis, Co-Chairperson, District “E”
Councilmember-At-Large Jacquelyn Brechtel Clarkson
Councilmember James Carter, District “C”

FROM: Donna J. Johnson, Council Research Analyst

SUBJECT: Joint Governmental Affairs/Housing & Human Needs Committee Meeting, Monday, February 18, 2008 at 10:00 AM

The City Council Housing and Human Needs Committee in conjunction with the Governmental Affairs Committee will convene on Monday, February 18, 2008 at 10:00 a.m. in the City Council Chamber on the first floor of City Hall. The items offered for committee meetings are presented subject to approval by the committee chairperson(s). Committee meetings held in the Council Chamber are generally accessible to persons with disabilities. People in need of certain accommodations such as a sign language interpreter may be provided service with 24 hours prior notice by calling (504) 658-1095/Voice or (504) 658-4020/TTY.

Agenda item(s) are as follows:

I. Presentation on Housing Code Enforcement Reform:
a) Dr. Edward J. Blakely – Executive Director of Recovery Management
b) Jeffrey J. Thomas – Policy Specialist for Recovery Management
c) Ezra Rapport – Chief Development Officer of Recovery and Development Administration
d) Rebecca Mann – Project Management/Support for Recovery Management
e) Winston H. Reid – Director of Housing Code Enforcement
f) Anthony M. Faciane – Deputy Chief for Development of Planning and Development

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  • James Orleans

    This eyesore is burnt out and uninhabitable. It is a public safety hazard of no historical value. Please demolish it and build suitable housing for the neighborhood.