Questions Persist About Mayor Cantrell’s 2022 Recap Brochure: Was Fraud Committed?

February 28, 2023

City of New Orleans CAO Gilbert Montano provided a partial response Friday, February 24, to questions posed by City Council President J.P. Morrell and Vice President Helena Moreno regarding Mayor Cantrell’s recent 2022 recap brochure which the Cantrell administration selectively sent to 106,633 “fellow New Orleanians who actively participate in our local democracy” in late […]

City Council, Entergy Battle Over Apparent Past Failures and Future Relationship

September 22, 2021

A calm but defiant City Council President Helena Moreno led other members in a full-throttle preliminary dialogue of Entergy’s actions “before, during and in response to Hurricane Ida” while Entergy sought to minimize their responsibility and signal possible change in the very nature of its decades-long and extremely profitable relationship with the City of New […]

City Council President Helena Moreno Pauses Campaign To Focus on Ida Recovery Efforts

September 12, 2021

City Council President Helena Moreno announced Sunday afternoon on Instagram that she would pause her campaign activities for the next several weeks. “The storm certainly brought us some tough challenges. We initially needed to focus on ensuring people’s’ basic needs were met, restoring power, clearing debris, bringing our small businesses back and getting people beck […]

City Council Legislation Addresses Opioid Epidemic With Push To Decriminalize Fentanyl Test Strips

May 7, 2021

New Orleans City Council President Helena Moreno advanced her legislation to decriminalize fentanyl test strips in New Orleans on Tuesday.  “Saving lives has got to come first,” explained Council President Helena Moreno. “The opioid epidemic rages on, but fentanyl is a uniquely dangerous and often invisible accelerate to the damage wrought. This simple harm reduction […]

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