Flyer for Nov. 26 Meeting in Jackson Square - 6pm
New Orleans City Council: Stop the "Jackson Square Pedestrian Mall" Ordinance proposed by K. Palmer
WED MEETING at Kermit's Speakeasy
The Music and Culture Coalition of New Orleans is having a meeting on Wednesday, November 28th at Noon, at Kermit’s Tremé Speakeasy, 1535 Basin St. At this meeting MaCCNO will be having a teach-in and will be updating the group on the outcome of our meeting with Councilwoman Palmer’s office and presenting a proposed plan of action.
Sunday Dec 2 meet in Jackson Square on Chartres Street just across from the St. Louis Cathedral Help NOLA Citizens Keep Jackson Square Open 24/7
Opponents of Mayor Landrieu's push to close the Jackson Square Pedestrian Mall from 1am to 5am have been meeting at 6pm on Mondays in Jackson Square on Chartres Street just across from the St. Louis Cathedral. Since its creation in 1975 the Jackson Pedestrian Mall has been open 24 hours a day. The Mayor is seeking an ordinance that would make it illegal for people to sit, stand, or hang out in the Jackson Square Pedestrian Mall from 1am to 5am. The Monday meetings have focused on building resistance to this attempt to criminalize "hanging out" on Jackson Square.
You can help! Join NOLA citizens and attend public City Council meeting. City Council’s Government Affairs Committee will be voting on the ordinances on Mon. Dec. 3rd at 10.
WHEN: Mon, December 3, 9:30am – 11:30am
WHERE: City Hall 1300 Perdido Street, Second Floor West New Orleans, LA 70112
WHAT: Meet at 9:30 am in front of City Hall and bring signs that say 24/7 to display at 10am meeting. City Council Meetings are PUBLIC. Council Information (504) 658-1000 Clerk of Council (504) 658-1085
All who support public access to the Pedestrian Mall are encouraged to participate. This is a struggle that can be won. Still, we must struggle to win.
What the Occupy NOLA GA agreed to do based on GA Notes:
- Assist with flyering asking people to call mayor and City Council and members of Government Affairs Committee (contact info below)
- Solidarity with Intervention on day of Dec 3 hearing. City Council’s Government Affairs Committee will be voting on the ordinances on Mon. Dec. 3rd New Orleans City Council 1300 Perdido Street, Second Floor West New Orleans, LA 70112. City Council Meetings are PUBLIC. Council Information (504) 658-1000 Clerk of Council (504) 658-1085 http://www.nolacitycouncil.com/content/calendar/default.asp?YYMM=1212&id=15
- Attending the General Assembly at Jackson Square meeting 6pm Monday, Nov 26.
- Rallying support, mobilizing people using personal in the streets outreach and digital media resources
CONTACT City of New Orleans and tell them to keep Jackson Square open 24/7.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu- City of New Orleans
Phone +1 504-658-4900 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.nola.gov Twitter: @MayorLandrieuhttp://www.facebook.com/mayorlandrieu
Councilwoman Kristin Gisleson Palmer (District C) - She is the one who actually drafted the ordinances. These ordinances have been drafted with the support of Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s administration.
Phone: (504) 658-1030
Fax: (504) 658-1037
Mary Cunningham, Director, Constituent Services***
504-658-1030 ***MaCCNO has this last person below listed as someone who I guess answers the phone for Palmer and they ask that if you do contact Councilwoman Palmer’s office, please remember to also thank the councilwoman for supporting Siberia in securing their permit for live music and ask her to continue supporting live music.