Will Cantrell, NOPD, City Attorney Cooperate in OIG’s Investigation of Vappie Mystery Tapes?

April 4, 2023

Transparency has never been a hallmark of Mayor LaToya Cantrell’s administration. Though the recall only failed because officials were unable to submit enough petitions timely, there is no doubt that many New Orleanians are unhappy with Cantrell’s leadership. Instead of trying to rebuild trust among the thousands of disgruntled voters who signed the petition, she […]

Roofing Contractor Places Lien on Cantrell’s Home for Unpaid Work

March 15, 2023

Infinity Roofing and Siding, a national company with an office in Metairie, placed a lien on the Broadmoor home of Mayor LaToya Cantrell and her husband Jason Cantrell on February 14, 2023 for allegedly failing to pay a balance of approximately $20,000 for a new roof. In the court filing, the company said they performed […]

Opinion: Where’s The Beef? Mayor Cantrell’s Crime Initiatives Clearly Not Working

July 2, 2021

It will take a lot more than worn-out platitudes to make New Orleanians feel safe in their homes, cars and neighborhoods. While the three-pronged effort Mayor Cantrell presented earlier this week that focuses on prevention, apprehension and intervention might sound good, the results are disappointing. “Crime is up in every category,” said Raphael Goyeneche, head […]

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