'Uniting and strengthening New Orleans East neighborhoods'

Accomplishments of Eastern New Orleans Neighborhood Advisory Commission recognized - NOLA.com


Sylvia Scineaux-Richard

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'Uniting and strengthening New Orleans East neighborhoods'





 Submitted application for Tricentennial Grant from City of New Orleans for Litter Free Initiative

 Provided CAB members with business cards

 Attended Entergy Public meeting – Jan 9 at SUNO regarding Rooftop Solar Project


 Attended City Council Utilities Committee meeting regarding Entergy’s proposed Power Plant

 Lobbied against City Council Master Plan Amendments regarding Port of New Orleans Land Use change request from a category that protects wetlands to an industrial use category


 ENONAC awarded Tricentennial Grant from City of New Orleans

 Voiced opposition to City Council at meeting regarding Entergy’s proposed Power Plant

 Defeated zoning text change that would have put industrial facilities next to homes, schools, and natural areas


 Had representation at Orleans Levee Board meeting to keep Lakeshore Drive open

 Planned Litter Free Campaign (LFC)

 Created ENONAC Resolution R-18-2 to increase the number of Police in New Orleans East (NOE)

 Provided insight to City’s Parking Enforcement Director


 Spoke out in opposition to the expansion of a gas station on Chef Menteur Hwy at CPC meeting

 Attended Port of N.O. NPP meeting for zoning change requests


 Held Kickoff event for ENONAC Litter Free Campaign on June 9


 Distributed LFC push-cards for Phase 1 and 2 to residents/businesses explaining city codes and laws

 Hosted presentation of ‘Own New Orleans’ by Finance Authority of New Orleans (FANO)

 Adopted ENONAC Resolution R-18-3 in opposition to Lobbyist Ordinance


 Adopted ENONAC Resolution R-18-4 in support of Bayou Sauvage Expansion

 Planned Phase 3 of the Litter Free Campaign to involve the elementary school children of NOE

 Issued ENONAC Newsletter for July-August 2018

 Attended Capital Budget Hearings where we were informed that NORDC and Parks & Parkways are using ENONAC Master Plan text changes to get funding for million dollar projects for ENO parks & playgrounds


 Provided input for CPC Small Box Retail Diversity Study for control of the proliferation of Small Discount stores in NOE

 Reviewed plans and requested changes for Multi-Family development at 13707 and 13733 Chef Menteur Hwy.

 ENONAC awarded City Council/Harrah’s Grant


 Planning begins for Holiday Extravaganza 2018

 Voiced concerns about the proliferation of discount stores at CPC Public Hearing for Small Box Retail Diversity Study


 Conducted Community Forum on Climate & Equity

 Met with Housing Authority of New Orleans (HANO) to discuss housing issues in New Orleans East communities

 Adopted ENONAC Resolution R-18-5 regarding Small Box Retail Diversity Study

 Requested additional public hearing to LA Dept. of Environmental Quality (DEQ) regarding Entergy Plant proposal and its possible effects on the health of the community.


 Attended Neighborhood Summit for Building a Resilient New Orleans Together

 Planned Toys for Tots event

 Heard Mayor Cantrell’s plans for the future of NOE at Economic Development luncheon


 Hosted the Toys for Tots event for NOE

 Supported proposed changes for Small Box Retail Diversity Study CPC hearings

 Hosted ENONAC 9th Annual Holiday Extravaganza


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