Early voting begins Saturday for Dec. 8 runoff elections

By Dominic Massa

Source: WWL-TV

November 23, 2018

Early voting begins Saturday, Nov. 24 and runs through Dec. 1 for the Dec. 8 elections across Louisiana, including...

Would a city council member on New Orleans S&WB solve issues? Not exactly, watchdog group says

By Jessica Williams

Source: The Advocate

November 22, 2018

A proposal voters will consider next month to restore a City Council representative to the Sewerage & Water Board’s...

Our Views: More action by New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board management needed over membership change

By Advocate Editorial

Source: The Advocate

November 17, 2018

A charter amendment on the Dec. 8 ballot would make changes in the membership of the group that oversees...

Should a City Council member be on the Sewerage & Water Board? New Orleans will decide

By Beau Evans

Source: | The Times-Picayune

November 15, 2018

New Orleans voters will decide next month whether to return a New Orleans City Council member to the Sewerage & Water Board’s 11-person...

On the Ballot: S&WB Governance Change, December 8, 2018

November 15, 2018

Today the Bureau of Governmental Research (BGR) releases a report to inform voters on a proposed City of New...

Stephanie Grace: From City Hall to SWB, here’s 1st steps LaToya Cantrell has taken on her to-do list

By Stephanie Grace

Source: The Advocate

September 20, 2018

Being mayor of a major city such as New Orleans is a big, big job, and realistically speaking, no...

New Orleans Mayor Considers Moving City Hall To Armstrong Park

By Eileen Fleming

Source: WWNO

September 19, 2018

A task force is examining if the shuttered Municipal Auditorium could be the new home for city government. After...

Cantrell eyes Municipal Auditorium as the new City Hall, but what about rest of Armstrong Park?

By Jennifer Crockett

Source: WDSU

September 19, 2018

NEW ORLEANS —On Tuesday, Mayor LaToya Cantrell floated the idea of turning the blighted Municipal Auditorium in Armstrong Park...

Grace Notes: LaToya Cantrell has a Ray Nagin moment (and no, not in the criminal way)

By Stephanie Grace

Source: The Advocate

September 19, 2018

Speaking at a Tuesday morning briefing hosted by the Bureau of Governmental Research, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell answered...

Cantrell proposes moving City Hall to Municipal Auditorium

By WWL Staff

Source: WWL-TV

September 18, 2018

The Municipal Auditorium has had many uses during its 88-year history: concert hall, home of Carnival balls, basketball arena...