New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell

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New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell is responding to criticism that she has not been transparent in her communications. As Cantrell hit the one year mark in office this week, analysts were critical of her for a lack of transparency. The mayor told WWL TV that is not the case. "I would love to hear...
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It has been one year since New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell took office. How has she done? "I would grade her a B+ or even an A-," WWL TV Political analyst Clancy DuBos said. He gives her high marks for the infrastructure deal just announced and for her negotiating skills. UNO Pollster Ed...
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New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell was schedule to join Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, the New Orleans Legislative Delegation, New Orleans City Council members and New Orleans hospitality industry leaders "to announce an agreement on the infrastructure funding deal" today. Instead, she sent a...
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Dave Cohen, WWL First News early edition
April 23, 2019 - 9:44 am
New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell is taking to Twitter and Facebook with a campaign to support her position that she was right to change the enforcement rules for speeding in school zones without any public notice. After telling the New Orleans City Council that she would not apologize for cameras...
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Dave Cohen, WWL First News early edition
April 22, 2019 - 10:38 am
New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell appeared before the New Orleans City Council today to defend here decision to lower the threshold for issuing camera speeding tickets in school zones without any public notice. "I stand by that decision and will not in any way apologize," she insisted. Mayor LaToya...
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March 16, 2019 - 11:53 am
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Civil rights attorneys say a state judge in New Orleans repeatedly violates a federal court judgment when setting bail for low-income and unemployed defendants. Attorneys filed a motion in federal court Friday seeking an order that state Magistrate Judge Harry Cantrell make a...
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March 14, 2019 - 9:58 pm
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Three Confederate statues have been taken down in New Orleans, but officials are still trying to decide what to do with them since their removal nearly two years ago. The statues of Confederate President Jefferson Davis and generals Robert E. Lee and P.G.T. Beauregard are stored...
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