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 […]

Environmentalists Add Their Voice to Those Demanding Accountability From Entergy

September 15, 2021

The Deep South Center for Environmental Justice (DSCEJ) and partner organizations in the Energy Future New Orleans coalition asked the City Council today to “hold Entergy accountable” for their performance or lack thereof during Hurricane Ida and the ongoing recovery process. Specifically, DSCEJ has requested that the council conduct a full investigation of Entergy’s massive […]

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 […]

The Conflicts of Interest SB 203 Enables Are As Clear as the Drinking Water Industries Monopolize

June 9, 2021

In Louisiana, it’s not uncommon for bills that stink of corruption to fly through the legislature. However, Senate Bill 203 has really outdone itself in regard to malfeasance.  The bill, sponsored by Senator Mack A. “Bodi” White Jr. will not only legalize conflicts of interest on the Capital Area Ground Water Conservation Commission in the […]

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