City posted a surplus for 2013, a year earlier than expected.
That's not much more than was allocated for the last three months of 2013.
The meeting starts at 10 a.m. and could go most of the day.
Thursday's meeting will be the first time the ordinance, requested by Mayor Landrieu, will be debated in public.
Friday afternoon's session focused on Safety and Permits and one of its divisions, the Taxicab Bureau.
"Fines, fees and court costs are a part of criminal justice systems around the country, but Louisiana public defenders depend and rely on such costs to a dangerous degree."
New Orleans spends only half as much per capita on recreation as comparable cities.
Budget director proposes taking money from school fund to meet library needs.
There’s a glut of low-value properties in New Orleans, said Executive Director Jeff Hebert.
And they had plenty of questions for Code Enforcement too.