CRAWFISH BOIL AND MEMBERSHIP DRIVE

CRAWFISH BOIL AND MEMBERSHIP DRIVE

SPONSORED BY: PARKVIEW NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
WHEN? SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 2013 3:00 P.M. UNTIL…….
WHERE? 929 HARDING DRIVE — ENTER THROUGH DRIVEWAY
COST: MEMBERS — FREE
NON-MEMBERS WHO SIGN UP AND PAY FOR ONE YEAR — FREE
NON-MEMBER NEIGHBORS – WELCOME! $10.00 PER PERSON
RSVP TO bjbjl@Yahoo.com – TO BE SURE WE HAVE PLENTY OF CRAWFISH & BEER– BEFORE JUNE 20TH

ARE YOU CONCERNED ABOUT THE CITY’S ABILITY TO HELP WITH PROBLEM SOLVING? CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO GO AND HOW TO GET PERMITS? HOW TO USE “311”? WHAT THE CITY IS DOING ABOUT RODENT CONTROL …AND RACOONS? HOW PUBLIC WORKS HANDLES TICKETING AND PARKING CONTROL? HOW THEY PLAN FOR SPECIAL EVENTS AS JAZZ FEST, BAYOU BOO-GA-LOO AND ALL THE OTHER FESTIVALS IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD? SOME OF THESE QUESTIONS WILL BE ANSWERED AS WELL AS OTHERS YOU MAY HAVE BY OUR SPEAKERS AT THIS EVENT.

4:00 P.M. OPENING REMARKS BY JEAN LICHTFUSS, PRESIDENT

MR. KYLE J. SHELLY, LIASON, OFFICE OF MAYOR MITCH LANDRIEU

THE MAYOR’S NEIGHBORHOOD ENGAGEMENT OFFICE (QUALITY SERVICE TO THE CITIZENS), THE “ONE STOP SHOP” (PERMITTING), 311 AND HOW TO USE IT, THE CITY’S NEW “INNOVATION TEAM” (HOW EMPLOYEES RELATE TO THE PUBLIC” AND WHAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT IT).

MS. CHERYN ROBLES, APR, COMMUNITY OUTREACH SPECIALIST, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

PARKING ISSUES, PROBLEMS, SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC, SPECIAL EVENTS, SOME OF THE SPECIAL PERMITING PROCESSES REGARDING STREETS, AND STREET LIGHTS

QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS TO BE ADDRESSED TO SPEAKERS

REMARKS BY COUNCILPERSON, SUSAN GUIDRY

CLOSING OF MEETING

NOTE: STAY AND CONTINUE TO SOCIALIZE WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS AND ENJOY THE CRAWFISH!

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