Will Utility Bills Ever Be Affordable Again?

August 3, 2022

When it comes to Entergy and the increasingly onerous rates they are currently charging the citizens of New Orleans, some say it’s all about greed and the almighty dollar. Luckily, the New Orleans City Council is fighting hard to force more equity and accountability from Entergy New Orleans (ENO) while they plan for new options.  […]

New Quality of Life Survey Examines Citizens’ Attitudes on Major Issues

October 5, 2021

Support Is Strong for $15 Wage & Enforcement, Bringing Entergy in Line, and Improving Garbage Collection and Police Protection A post-Ida quality of life poll released today provides a fresh snapshot on a variety of issues including Entergy, garbage, crime, the city’s recovery, the $15 minimum wage, and Mayor Cantrell’s re-election prospects.  The poll was […]

Entergy Faces Many Questions About Power Restoration and New Power Plant

September 2, 2021

At an emergency meeting of the New Orleans City Council at 10 am today, Council President Helena Moreno will take the lead in grilling Entergy about the timeline and process of restoring electricity to Orleans Parish and rebuilding the grid which was virtually destroyed by Hurricane Ida. Central to that discussion is the apparent failure […]

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